On our way to Fort Santiago while exploring Manila. This street is just outside of our hostel
“Jeepneys are of origin old American jeeps. They were used in the war against the Japanese army who occupied the Philippines during several years. After the Japanese army was defeated and the American military mission was completed, the jeeps were left by ten thousands on the islands in the Philippines.”
Finally got on a Jeepney! 8.50 pesos
Just looking at the metro map..
Outside of the bus station. Traffic is bad here
Walking through Rizal Park
Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica
I forget what this church is called but apparently if you wish to get married here, you must book one year in advance!! But then again… a lot of popular locations are like that I guess =d
First time trying halo halo at Chowking! We were doing so much walking I just had to mention that I need some halo halo! Much better than I expected 🙂
Walking to Fort Santiago!
Rizal’s statue I believe. Representing when he was locked in there
We were trying to find the best way and best rate for us to get to Manila Bay
Overlooking the Manila Bay while eating a burrito from Army Navy
Free breakfast at the hostel. Pancakes and eggs are made every Tuesday. Feeling loved and appreciated with the heart shaped pancakes 🙂
Night market that’s in front of our hostel
I can’t believe there is a bubble tea shop right below my hostel!!!
Heading home.. Can’t believe there is airport tax that I have to pay in order to proceed to my gate :S