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1847 K & K Bldg., Evangelista St., Makati, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Makati


A travel blog entry by adventurebear


... After 40 mins in the taxi and only driving 1km, we told him to stop on the side of the road. We just game him 100 pesos and walked away.
We went to a coffee shop to cool down with an ice coffee and use the wifi to check the map. I asked for the wifi code but they said we had to be members of the coffee shop to get the password. I wasn't falling for it so I insisted they give it to us and played the lost tourist card. Without much persuasion they gave me ...

Manila Day 1

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


... we're here to see, and it also look pretty **** from outside. Yesterdays bar has more going on. There is however a genuine wedding kicking off inside which makes it much cooler, but entirely inaccessible for tourist peeps like ourselves. We are allowed to see it from the side if we pay the museum entrance fee of tuppence each. The museum itself is pretty awesome and we're allowed to snappedy-snap most things, just not the expensive and old stuff. I don't have a flash cam, so I ...

Off to Corregidor

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon


... and a museum. One of the most touching things I saw was a statue portraying an American soldier helping an injured Filipino solidier. According to Stella, there is a similar statue in Atlanta, but with a Filipino soldier helping the injured American. Super cool.

Of course there were plenty of guns and shells displayed throughout the island. Most of the large guns that were around were actually guns that were MEANT to be on battle ships, ...

Some Swedes and Spaniards, and some Koreans...

A travel blog entry by taylorandkailey


... on the floor. The floor area was packed, but we (thanks to me-Kailey) managed to get 4 people away from the stage and were dead center. We still managed to tower over all the Asian girls in their 4 inch heels (imagine jumping up and down in heels...). There were lots of people who had flown over from Australia for the show, and we met some people from England and the US as well (Mr. US was proudly waving an American flag of course). Taylor felt bad when he turned ...

Operation Manila Underground

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng


... born in this very cemetery. Some tombs housed three family generations. None of them were concerned about living with the dead. To my astonishment, the cemetery homes are in better conditions than the slums I saw in the city. There are proper streets with street names, like it would in any cemeteries.

It appears that residents here are safe and some even have electricity for fans and TVs in their abodes. There are even tiny convenience stores! Bizarre ...


This hotel, located on 1847 K & K Bldg., Evangelista St., Makati, is near Manila Ocean Park, Avilon Zoo, Pan de Amerikana, and Enterprise Center.
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