The Clipper Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... buildings, such as artistic Balinese carvings on doorways, furniture, jewelry, temples etc. etc. Some of these Balinese natives come off as tough when looking at them for afar, some tattooed, stetched ear lobes, smoking the local grown clove creating a "tough vibe” but when engaging with them, so happy and full of humbling heart opening spiritual character. Always so happy. They have a 20 day month calendar 10 being holidays. Working ...
... do the exchange of travel buddies.. Christine was leaving and heading back to winter( still) in Chicago. She wasn't happy about this at all! And Carla, also from Chicago, was coming into replace her and travel with me to Boracay for my last week here. She was beyond thrilled about it.
Being close to the airport was important, since we would have a few trips, dropping off, picking up, and the city is about an hour away , and remember when i ...
This has become just a transit stop for us. Gen's unique illness has contributed to the lassitude she usually feels in Manila, so we don't do anything. Even the suggestion of going to our favourite Turkish restaurant and saying goodbye to Tigger isn't enough to rouse her. Of course, as it is Manila, there is time to fit in one more taxi scam. We try to get a taxi from the hotel, and a man immediately shows up to offer one. I ask if he has a meter, he says yes. As we approach his car, ...
'Happy Birthday to Me, Happy Birthday to Me'... I've never flown anywhere on my birthday which makes the trip to Manila in the Philippines even more special, I never thought I'd visit here, it wasn't in my plans, but because I wanted to visit Borneo, well I was just next door... Before I arrived I had been looking into some volunteer opportunities to try and help aid the recent Typhoon Haiyan disaster and it looks like there are ...
... on October 20, 1944 at Leyte as I had visited on Wednesday.
The entire day was spent on a guided tour of the island which was well done. I'll show you the tour in photos. You can read the details in history books. It's a monument to the senselessness of war and the havoc it wreaks on people's lives and underscored the biblical phrase in Isaiah and Romans "The way of peace they know not."
We arrived back in Manila about 4 pm. We all went out dinner with ...