The Way From Makati to San Juan
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One can come out from Bel-Air by turning right at Kalayaan Avenue (Map 19), turn left at Makati Avenue, up the Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge, turn right or left. My friend and I prefer turning right. I had passed by the left side one time when there was a fire nearby, so you can imagine the chaos. My friend does not like the left side because of the market.
Once I turn right, I turn right again, and go towards the rotonda, turn right at the statue/F. Martinez (Map 15), cross Shaw Blvd. to Gomezville, turn right at Wilson after I see an overhead sign that proclaims the name of a barangay.
I can’t give you the name of the street by the river after the bridge, as the DPC 2010-11 Metro Manila Telephone Directory Household and Business Yellow Pages map, is wrong from the bridge to Martinez, an error carried over from at least the previous year.
EFY had asked me to accompany him and AUY to get their physical exams, as required by the Australian Embassy. He showed me a text saying that the address was Jeta Bldg. I suspected that this was the Zeta Bldg., and I was right. It’s on Salcedo St., on the right side, coming from dela Rosa St.. Delifrance is on the ground floor.
When some of Makati‘s roads were closed because of Makati Day, I turned right from the Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge, turned right at J. P. Rizal, turned left at the gas station/Nicanor Garcia, turned right at Sen. Gil Puyat, turn right on the second street, turn right at Malugay, cross Sen. Gil Puyat to Tordesillas (see Makati Business Locator), turn right at Gallardo St., R at L. P. Leviste St., L at V. A. Rufino St., cross Ayala Ave., R at dela Rosa, L at Salcedo St.