It’s a great city, but what’s with all the traffic and trash? Finally, Manila is trying to clean up its act By Niña Terol-Zialcita  For travelers used to efficient public transport, wide roads and a general sense of order, Manila’s careening jeeps and buses, overflowing trash and a globally “hated” airport are a shock to the system. Bill Davis, an American missionary and editor based in the Philippine island of Palawan, calls it “benign chaos.” “That’s how it seems to many foreigners,” says Davis, who has…Continue Reading “5 things travelers hate about Manila — and how the city’s tackling them (”