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52 Barbaraas Philippine Journey
homesick for nice warm Manila and my three little pieces of cool clothing besides my socks and sandals.
After a while Mother and Father were through putting on their aappearances,a and we all sat down to
breakfast, with the stars still shining. They were pale little morning stars, though, and thei r lights went out before we had finished. The great fiery sun of Manila was preparing to come up, and all the stars hurried to hide before he could peep at them.
The sun was rising when we started for the station in our two-wheeled carromatas, and it was shining hot into the queer little railroad cars when we reached the station. It turned the cars into ovens, in which we baked on that long, thirsty day. The train began
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