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Central location if Malate is your style. Stayed in the dorm. 16 beds, try and get a top bunk so that you can feel the fans as the room is very hot. Lockers can be rented for 20 pesos a day, perfect for leaving things in Manila to be picked up on your next stop through!
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... one Sunday. Another custom that I learned about during this part of the trip was "blessing." In Filipino culture, if an older person enters a room, younger people (related or not) should get up and greet the elder by gently grasping their outstretched hand and bringing the knuckles to his/her (younger person's) forehead. I was so worried about messing this up and begged Mom to remind me each time someone entered the room. After a while it wasn't hard to remember, ...
... in. He peddled for quite a while, down all these backstreets and across busy roads and we had arrived! So we jump out, paid the guy and said is this it, definitely mall asia? He said yeah yeah asia mall and pointed at the mall, we thanked and walked towards it and both said this looks like we have been here before. We went it and burst out laughing because we were almost certain it was the mall we had just been to! We asked the information desk if it was the mall of Asia ...
... which turned out to be lovely icing on the cake. After one or two more things to see it was back to the city, where we would rest and reconvene in the evening.
It was s mart dress, which for me as a backpacker consisted of a pair of cargo pants, Nike trainers and a trekking tour company t-shirt! How swank. We headed to Havana were I'd been before. Mingled for a while then ended up in Dilingers that had a secret bar at the very back of the premises called Prohibition. ...
... of us were lighting up, the space was small and it was disgusting. To top it off, once finished they simply stubbed out their butts and left them on the ground. It soured me a bit here and left me fuming. The cave was lovely and it was fun sneaking in like we did. Just sad to see in El Nido where conservation and preservation is very important. Over cocktails we had it all out and moved on. The beach we had lunch at was gorgeous, we rode a hobbiecat and wandered into the sea. ...