UCCP Shalom Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUCCP Shalom Center Manila
Very clean, welcoming little hotel
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... cigarettes or feet. Many have a blanket covering the seats to hide the torn cushions. Some cabs seem to have no working breaks as the drivers weave in and out of traffic trying to avoid stopping, but when they have to stop they pull up ******* their emergency break and usually skid to one side. I wish that I could speak Tagalog so I could find out more about the drivers themselves. One driver had nails that were so long they ...
... a marble table. This table was made of wood and sanded down to make a smooth square surface with 4 pockets. The table was on a swivel, so there was no need to walk around, but simply rotate the table as one would stand in their same spot the entire game. Instead of balls, they used wood chips, much like poker chips that had number written on them. They also played with a deck of cards, so I am assuming each person playing had to sink all their chips that matched the numbers on their ...
... to take me back so I decided to walk across Roxas Boulevard to the jeepney stop and got a ride back for 8 pesos!.
I took a walk to the bay before returning to my hotel and took another picture of The U.S. Embassy (I do'nt like being told that I cant!!!!) The rocks on the other side of the wall which runs along the bay become home to many families in the evening and street people begin moving there, and to the grass ...
... 6pm to get ready for my over night bus with Mike to Banaue.
Once I finally got back to the hostel we had to rush down to the booking office because there were only a few seats left. Luckily we got a seat. Their is only one bus company that goes to Banaue.
Another company has pulled all there coaches back because one of there coaches crashed on the way to Banaue only a couple of days before we were going. The crash killed 17 people including some ...
... to hang out with everyone which I've enjoyed. I've decided to spend a couple of days in Donsol while I'm here in the Philippines as I would love to see the whale sharks, so I arrange an overnight bus south which will take around 15 hours and I was pleased I managed to sleep.
I'll be back in Manila briefly but so far so good, it's been fun, interesting and a worthwhile visit with my favorite part being the 'jeepney's'... love it!