Anito Sta. Mesa Hotel
Travel Blogs from Manila
... It was many floors up before we were able to scramble inside her condo and rested our ass off. I had gone quiet for awhile as I imagined myself working in the Metro. Jeez, will I really be able to survive when I decide to be employed here in Mnl? Tough.
Dinner was at a small carinderia at the streets of Taft. I forgot the name, was it Pinky's or Aling Pinky's? I do not know, but food there was deli! We were on tight budget. ...
... was space. This was jaw dropping. We later determined that this most likely was the cause of hurricane Yolanda. That night I purchased mcdonalds for two boys who had asked me to buy them some food. When they asked, I did not hesitate to spare of few of my travel pesos. The next morning, Darcy gave a young mother with a baby and another mother with 4 children some cash. I ended up purchasing 2 breakfast meals for 4 kids who slept on cardboard, just outside our hotel. I wish there was ...
... what may have happened during the Japanese occupation or the bombing of Manila.
From here I crossed to a plaza located in front of Malate church in Roxas Blvd. named in honor of Rajah Sulayman, the last king of Manila. It features a beautiful fountain and monument also named after Sulayman. History says Rajah Sulayman was the last 'King of Tondo, Manila'. The Tondo area included a large population of Tagalogs from ...
... the coast and a suspension bridge connecting the neighbouring island. The bridge only allowed motorbikes and scooters to cross as it was only a few feet wide. Nusa Lembongan is a perfect place to cruise around due to the lack of cars and bikes on the road and the beautiful coastline. We spent our final night having a delicious dinner at a restaurant that was recommended by the dive center before heading to bed early to leave the next morning.
Terrea woke up ...
... in my room and locker then we should go out and do some site seeing.
We went out around 11 o'clock and headed straight for Rizel park. We had no idea how to get there. All our hostel told us that most jeepneys will go there. We tried our luck and jumped on one (whilst it was still moving) the locals were really nice and told us how much we should pay as well as where to get off.
When we finally reached the park we took a walk through looking at the ...
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