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    messages not received

    Tuesday, February 28th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    Everyone from work is staying at the same hotel so that messages, travel warnings, etc., can be distributed quickly and easily. This sounds great in theory, but didn't work so ... Read more..

    20th Anniversary

    Saturday, February 25th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    It was an interesting last few weeks in Manila. The political climate here has been tense (to say the least) what with the 20th anniversary of the EDSA People Power ... Read more..

    landslide update

    Friday, February 17th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    Apparently there is some debate over what occurred first - the landslide or the earthquake. Scientists from the Geosciences and Mines Bureau have indicated that it's not unusal for the ... Read more..

    landslide

    Thursday, February 16th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    I have made it a habit to turn on the ABS-CBN New channel in an attempt to learn a bit more about the Philippines and Filipino culture. Tonight, the news ... Read more..

    they’re everywhere

    Saturday, February 11th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    A shanty town in Pasig City (where we were working), located around the corner from local goverment and police offices, has been raided and a "one stop shabu shop" has ... Read more..

    Tagaytay – take 2

    Wednesday, February 8th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    As always I am working my tail off and have had little opportunity to act as a tourist. Pau had asked her father to drive us to Tagaytay so I ... Read more..

    you can check out anytime…

    Monday, February 6th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    The night before I headed back to Manila, I spoke to my parents who had caught a snippet on the news about a stampede at an event in Metro Manila ... Read more..