Jacinta Pension House
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After a quick hour and 15 minute flight from Manila to Cebu City, I was happy to see my Filipino friend Debrah waiting just outside baggage claim. Usually I travel light, except when I’m bringing gifts. My 20-kilo bag was full of used tennis rackets and tennis shoes for the ball boys in Argao, and snacks and gifts for the girls at Cebu Hope …
... there trip to Boracay. They gave a 20% discount if you showed your flight ticket. So off we went in another taxi, with Jing scooting behind us. It was a pretty rough looking area, and when we opened the door to our room and were welcomed by dim red lights, no windows, the smell of stale smoke, and a terribly noisy AC unit, we were not too impressed. Luckily they did have another room, which was much cleaner, but still as dingy. Not wanting to dwell, since we would ...
... br> The city has some cool old monuments in amongst the ugly dirty buildings and I wish I could photograph them for you but it is so hard with the weather and chaos of getting from place to place. This is the easiest country to travel in some ways but the hardest in others. This morning I saw a old caravan on a main street with the words “Mobile Dentist’ on it and a long line of people queued in the rain along the footpath waiting to be seen. Gulp – ...
... UK even asked us if we had met Queen?!? We laughed and we certain not! Luckily they're patience with us with our beginning FSL. They happily openly discussing about their life in Philippines were pretty tough lots of inequality in deaf people, lack of communications even no interpreters in Philippines at all! That's why I had to explained how interpreter works! Some of them never went to school. I've told them what I have done in UK e.g. Driving, boarding deaf ...
... had to stop to earn some money. His father died last year (52 years old) of a heart attack and now he has to help support his large family. I forget how many siblings he has. Probably in double figures. He's hoping to work for a couple of years then go back and complete his degree. The rest of the staff are young too, mostly girls from nearby islands working as waitresses. It's not late but I'm tired, I say goodnight to John and the others and go to bed. The next morning ...
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