Philippines, Day 6: Chinatown and More

Tuesday found us back at the dentist’s office again. This time Jennifer and I both had our teeth checked. We sat around for awhile and then we finally went down to meet [someone whose name I can’t remember] again.

This time we went to Chinatown. The first thing we did was have our picture taken in a kalesa [a two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage]. While we were in Chinatown, I saw some interesting things.

I saw: a street cleaner dumping garbage into a river, an area where Chinese Catholics could pray and burn incense, and a sign advertising ice cream cones for 5 pesos (nine US cents).

Next, we went to the 162 shopping mall, a couple blocks away. Once again, I was amazed at these Filipino malls. They

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