kittenz wrote: »
Exciting sa Manila. Lots of fun things to do. Laidback.
I used to go to MOA in the morning after my shift and chill by the seaside. Wala pa tao pag umaga.
MaccieForever wrote: »
Mabaho ang dagat. Last time I was there mahangin mga pero mabaho ang dagat at kulay itim.
reinoa27 wrote: »
Malls. walang sinabi yung mga malls dito sa US. yung mall satin napakaconvenient.
Andun na lahat, grocery, dept store, cinemas, clinics etc.
Kent_21O wrote: »
When I left Manila, wala pang MOA (kino construct pa lang).
As a probinsyano na nag aral ng kolehiyo sa Maynila, sobrang saya sa Maynila. Bar scenes are great, so many pretty girls esp sa University Belt at Taft. Go to motel ko dyan ay yung Victoria Court Malate :glee: Funny thing is, wala akong naging GF na taga Manila, mostly from nearby provinces din. Feeling ko masyadong conservative ang mga taga Manila, unlike mga probinsyana na parang mga nakawala sa hawla :glee:
nikkilove wrote: »
last time i went home was wimter of 2014,
i was impressed by the devt of BGC, it was mu first time in SM Aura, and driving around the Fort felt like I was in a different country,
my american friends liked the pictures ive taken in greenbelt with the ayala bldgs as my background. it chamged their impression of metro manila.
i also had fun in the terraces of Trinoma, parang park but i felt really safe.
we also went to eastwood to see where my brother worked, and like BGC was impressive with its new bldgs and stores.
growing up, we frequented the morato-west ave areas for dining, greenbelt-virramall and ortigas (mega and galle) for shopping, and the ccp complex area for leisurely strolling or jogging during weekends.
to be honest, i wish, kahit makati and the fort lang were rid of squatters and shamties, para maipagmalaki lang sa tourists.
sana magka zoning na for the legal residents of metro manila.