The weatherwtoday wss much mire stabke with sunshjne through to the early sfternoin then hazy sunshine. Thus facilitsted better photogrsphy and havjng explords lots of oportunities yedterday I returned to the places with greatest potential and certainly upgraded my coverage at Manila phillipines port. Quite a lot of old USA types around and again few foreign types in evidence. The weather was once again in the mid thirties and just as dirty and dusty. I stuck it out to mid afternoon and got back to the hotel in God time for s catch up with the news and a good scrub down. I've had some of the nuts and raisins I bought with me, last night I had a pretty awful fish and chips are the dakota cafe which had served up a much better Sunday lunch the night before! This morning I nededn to change a small amount of money to keep me going until we get to the airport and exec lounge tomorrow afternoon for our flight to Brunei! The booty bag of memory chips continues to grow and I dress to think how many hours I've now captured. Having exhausted the possibilities of the Philippines I think we'll be happy to move on. I've had word that our family funeral will be on Friday 12th April at Eastbourne crematorium which might tie in we'll withdetling andcibham rallies. I need to get started when I'm back on the emptying of the garage into the new shed in readiness for the garage conversion.
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