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Thoroughly, I enjoyed my stay at the hotel. The staff were
all friendly and helpful. I got a room for a solo stay overnight and the room
sufficed for all my needs. The majority of the space in the room is taken up by
the bed and desk. That leaves enough room to move about. The air-conditioning
and hot water were great too. The room had no windows but that wasn’t a problem
for me. If ...
... was served and interesting items served in Filipino style. Eveyone from here is from the metro Manila area.
It has been a long day and we are finally ready to go to our hotel in Makati. Tomorrow at 6 am we leave for an all day tour of Corregidor.
One interesting fact that Rey Evasco pointed out to us about the Philippines is that before Marcos in the mid 1960's, the Philippines was the second richest economy in Asia. After his ...
... is way over priced. Some drivers will even refuse to do it, insisting on the price they've set. So this issue resulted in me taking forever and a day to get to my new hostel with my things. Luckily in the end I was rescued by two local girls who hailed down a taxi for me and sorted him out. Once I settled I was off to the mall to hunt me down some nike.
Got me some Nike after a lot of procrastination and currency conversion mulling over. Set me back £55 ...
... I spent two weeks in Atlanta, Georgia at the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) getting trained on the above-mentioned polio work and more. The training was intensive, but very relevant and it got me super pumped for work in the field. On top of that, I met some awesome people from all around the world.
Now, I am in Manila Philippines! I arrived on Saturday Feb 2nd, and so far, so good :) ...
... by Starbucks and CBTLs on every corner, certainly felt very expat-oriented. There was a cooked foods section not unlike the Hollywood Farmers Market, along with some stalls selling fresh produce which, startlingly, often displayed prices that equaled that of produce in California.
We ordered a couple of grilled items ("premium BBQ pork" on a stick; longganiza (Filipino sausage), an empanada filled with a whole fried ...
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