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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Natividad Manila
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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Its always going to be a bit of nerve wracking experience for me. So many people, so much traffic. Sound of traffic is a constant. Sounds of children's chatter indicates time of day. Amongst it all a rooster crows at dawn.....amazing! Birds also have a chorus. There's a bit too much sadness here for me to really embrace the place but still where …
... in comparison.
Enough of the serious stuff though! We had a great time catching up, going to the beach despite it being rainy, watching movies on my laptop during a brownout, and watching my mom and uncle argue like only siblings know how to do. It was great, seeing my mom totally in her comfort zone and as extroverted as I've always seen my dad be growing up.
This is it for part 1, next up is my time in the province (aka countryside) of the PI.
... to work out how everyone fits!! It costs me 12.5k pesos per month here, so pretty much my weekly rent in Sydney! The rumours are true...there is no hot water. Yes to cold showers, yes to boiling water before hand washing dishes... My crossfit is going well-3times a week. I think the combo of exercise in 35deg non aircon room and the intensity of this crazy fitness concept are managing to counter the excessive Meriendas (snacks) and alcohol consumption. SEXY ...
... or during the Battle of the Philippines (1941-42) or the Allied recapture of the islands. The headstones are made of marble which are aligned in eleven plots forming a generally circular pattern, set among masses of a wide variety of tropical trees and shrubbery.The chapel, ...
... gotten away from us. Had to buy another small backpack as I have almost destroyed my current one (I really need to be more gentle with my stuff, flying doesn't help though). To make matters worse my main rucksack is showing major signs of wear and tear and I am sure I will need to invest in a new one before I go home. In the evening we headed out to a Filipino bistro, similar to a Spanish taverna, Manila saved itself with amazing food. Sarah and myself were well ...