It was bright and sunny so I put aside boat tasks and just went for a walk. I was looking for a drug store for more first aid supplies and also veggies for dinner. But mainly I wanted some exercise so went out to look around Olongapo City. I still don’t know much of its history, but the name has something to do with the severed head of a brave old man standing up against corrupt authorities. Tagalog is the official language of the Philippines but most people speak English too. Lucky for us.
When I was in China I tried to be objective in my observations. The Chinese, oddly after several months of entires, decided I wasn’t portraying things in the way they might wish so stopped www.oddgamer.info from being available in China. I’ve decided to be a bit more circumspect in my writing and just show lots of photos. I will photograph what I see and you can come to your own conclusions. Obviously I will photograph what appeals to me; but also what will help you share our experiences. Like every other country in the world there is wealth and poverty and I’ll try to show both. When I know interesting facts to share, I will. We’ll see how it goes.