Nearly there part two!

Posted: December 2, 2015

Well, it seems like most of the boxes have been unloaded in Manila, although two have gone astray, the first time this has happened, and the freight company say they have it under control. Getting customs clearance is always a bit of a lottery, and then they must be transported 100 miles north, to the schools. 100 miles may not seem like a very long way, but its 6 hours on the poor roads heading north from the capital.