Photo taken last year on our visit at Capetown South Africa. ( ”,)
I was hoping to get a window seat so that I can take photos of what’s below us while on the flight and luckily I got F (going to Kalibo) and D (going back to Manila) seats which are beside the window…. yehey… hehe ( ”,)
Malapit na ang Semana Santa kaya upang makaiwas sa madaming tao nagvisita iglesia na kami ng aking kaibigang si Hoshi nung nakaraang sabado. Pitong simbahan sa may Rizal area ang aming pinuntahan. Sinimulan namin sa Binangonan hanggang sa matapos kami sa Antipolo. ( ”,)
This post is dedicated to Cesar Fernandez ( ”,)
Two days ago we visited the world’s largest floating book fair . The ship arrived in Manila last Feb. 17. Cebu was it’s first stop in the Philippines.
Upon boarding you will see the reception area and on the left side is the wall with photos regarding the ship’s important events.
The crew will great guests and lead them to the seats that looked like your sitting in a lifeboat. A short film will be shown about MV Logos Hope.
Over 5,000 books with different selections can be found.
You can see price tags on the books. 1 unit is equal to 1 peso.
Music cds from various artist are also for sale.
Other items are also for sale like cards, children’s educational toys, ship’s memorabila and many more.
There is a cafe area where you can have something to eat, cup of coffee, ice cream and drinks with affordable prices. =)
MV Logos Hope is open until March 13 at Pier 15 berth 4 South Harbor. Opening hours at 10 am – 9:30 pm Monday to Saturday and 1pm – 9:30pm on Sundays. Tickets cost 20 pesos.