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... 1: May 2, 2014
Start my walkathon at around 7:30 am.
From the hotel, I walked towards Metro Gaisano Shopping Mall, crossed Colon street and stopped by Jollibee beside Gaisano Metro for powerful breakfast.
• From Jollibee, continued walking and crossed five more intersections until I reached the gate of BASILICA MINORE DEL SANTO NINO. Tour around. Visit the oldest image of Senior Sto. Nino. ...
... inside our home. The water rose gradually filling our first floor with 3 feet of water, but outside the water was well over 4 feet. Luckily, there were no more people needing shelter at that point so we were able to keep the additional flooding outside. But I also recognized that we needed a plan just in case the flooding rose, as the storm didn't appear to be slowing down any time soon.
Carter, Sebastian, and I all remained calm, but we discussed ...
... ng namin nakita. Maihahhalintulad ko marahil ang lasa nya sa isang matabang na suman, pero kapag sinamahan mo ng mainit na tsokolate, panalo!
Matapos ng aming masayang pagkain, tumuloy na kami sa pier upang sumakay ng supercat papuntang Bohol.
Travel Buddies: Ernest, Lei, Brian, Merri, Ason, Mac, Gliza, Manilyn, Joi.
Photo Credits: Ason, Ernest, ...
... what my flight was, and when I said Cebu Pacific she said I had to wait. I was tempted to reply "thats why this airport is so ridiculous" but didnt want to make too much of a scene in case they deny me boarding.
So we all formed a queue waiting for the doors to passport control to open. When they did I rushed thru looking for a store to buy water. There were no stores anywhere. What kind of ...
... know that I may not control myself once sober so being the responsible party animal, I only brought 200 pesos. I found myself at the bartender's table chatting with other guests. Apparently, there are more foreigners than locals like any other tourist destination. One group looks like a rugby team, koreans, italian, good ole americans with their young filipina partners and frenchies who I was able ...