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After dinner with our friends and a little shopping – particularly for our new-found fruity friend, the pummelo – we returned to the hotel. It was getting close to bed time for John, but we still had time to play … Continue reading
We’d gotten in fairly late the night before to the InterContinental Hotel in Manila – well, late by John’s standards anyway. This is the same hotel at which we’d stayed prior to traveling north to get John. I’m not sure … Continue reading