Sunset at Aninuan Beach Resort
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On the taxi drive to our accommodation in Manila, the driver stopped to ask a pedestrian for directions. That person literally stood in the middle of the road and stopped traffic so that our taxi could turn around. We could tell that the Philippines was going to be a friendly place!
We were trying to learn from our first few months of travelling and slow things down a bit. There are over 7000 islands in the Philippines, so we chose to ...
... his friends are there and after alot of beers , his friend pulls out his guitar, so the next hour is spent him attempting to play it, failing pretty bad, but noone cares!! I also met a Swiss guy called Rudy who wanted to tell me in great drunken detail how different and better the place was 20 years ago when he first visited.
After 'about' alot of beers mission complete, walked / stumbled up the million stairs to our room, and, knockout!!!
... where the clinic was held and played with the kids. It was a wonderful experience. There is going to be another medical mission trip to this community in a few weeks, and we cannot wait to go back!! Here is a great article (found by Joe) about Gawid Kalinga and the community of Baseco: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific /4503048.stm
On Sunday, Laura and I went to Ocean Park, which is an aquarium right by our apartment. It was neat, ...
... UFC fighter jealous. After this experience I believe that my body will be adequately stretched for snowboard season. Speaking of snowboard season the refreshing bite of snow on my face is a feeling that I am craving to relieve the heat that I have been feeling here.
The following morning we boarded the ferry headed back to Batangas. A quick Jeepney ride, one hour bus ride, two more Jeepney’s, and a tricycle and we were back home. A couple of quick ...
... ladies. He's got a thin veil: bucktoothed smile, no breasts, ratty hair combed out long and that zealousness that only a boy trying to be a girl can embrace. I end the song and the duo starts to paw at me, suggesting that certain services are available. I had known already that I was being too friendly but now the ****-tasting fruits of my off-handed efforts are more than obvious. I politely suggest that I'm busy and they have to vacate the ...