Good day, Miss! I just got here from the UK, and I was wondering what transportation I can take from the airport to Belmont Hotel Manila. Could you be a dear and help me?
Wow! Sorry Sir, your accent is really deep. Could you say that again? I got a nosebleed!
A nosebleed?! Are you fine?
HAHAHA! I'm sorry. I meant to say that I did not quite get what you said. Filipinos often use "nosebleed" to imply that, particularly to foreigners.
Oh, I see! That's very interesting. Allow me to say it slower. I need to get to Belmont Hotel Manila. Do you know how I can get there?
Oh! You can go down that hall, and turn right. Take the escalator, and look for the exit. Turn left. There is a sign that will lead you to the taxi stand, or if you want, you can take a tricycle since Belmont is not that far.
Wow! That was a lot. I did not get that last part. Or should I say I got a nosebleed?
HAHAHA! There are signs downstairs that will lead you to the taxi stand. You can just follow it.
Oh! Thank you very much for your help. It was nice talking to you!
You too! Enjoy your stay here in the Philippines. Goodbye!