Nurture Wellness Village
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fare and had a beautiful view of Taal Lake and the volcano in the distance. Claire remembered it was the 2 month anniversary of my arrival in Manila and the group bought me a cake! We left Tagaytay at 3:30 and got back to Manila about 6pm. Unfortunately we hit some traffic on the one lane road on the way to the highway. At this point I have been awake for almost 24hrs. We left for the trip right after work on Saturday ...
... pure entertainment but I learned a lot from it.
Buying organic products do not just help you to be healthy but it also help the environment to be clean and safe. So if you are in the area, why not drop by and try some of their products. You'd be amazed with the positive effects it will give you and the new things you discover. Below are just some of the products that I have bought and started ...
... but turns out, the store we were heading to was also a Balikbayan Handicrafts store and when my Ate Baby asked if they would have a carving there, the man informed her that that store was closed and was now just a warehouse for their stock. If that's not a sign from God, I don't know what is! :) We hung around the store and I picked up some pasalubung for friends and family - I DO like to shop, you know! When it was time to check out, the salespeople ...
... this nice young man led us to a parking lot and when my Ate Baby asked him how much to give him for leading us, he mentioned a small amount, but said he wanted us to buy from his family's store right across from the parking lot as well.
When we approached the church, I had vague memories of visiting here 15 years ago. Much of the area around the church had changed though, so it was hard to tell what was what. Mass had not yet let out for the ...
... ses bah-gage") said over and over. Rob and I gave each other puzzled looks, because we had placed our bags on the HUGE analog scale - it was so oversized and so antiquated that it seemed more appropriate at a fair, for some kitschy, money-squandering game which involves a giant silly hammer - and our bags together weighed in around 23kg. We had purchased an additional 5kg for Rob's bag, which meant that our combined allowance would be 25kg, as we expected. The ...