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... I was very humbled to have the opportunity to be invited into the family's home.
The next day, Jackie and I went to explore the Assumption of Our Lady Shrine that was destroyed by the earthquake. Talking to the workmen there, it will take about 5 years to rebuilt. The area was off limit to people but the workmen invited us into the church so we ...
... It was now 11am, so they had been going 11 hours. The winner completed the track in just over 9 hours. The finish line at the top of the viewpoint hill. Wow.
The viewpoint was pretty cool, could see the hills across to the horizon all around.
After heading back to the road, just a 5 minute wait before the bus rolled up. If I thought the previous one was busy, this one was beyond. I didn't think I would be able to get on, but apparently leaving someone behind ...
It is said that when travelling, one should submerge oneself into the local culture, common parlance is known as "be a local". So with that in mind, we felt we should explore as much as possible in the short time available. So we signed up for an 'excursion'.
First stop was a Tarsier sanctuary. These are the smallest primates in the world and those of a certain age may remember a movie called Gremlins, for which Tarsiers were the ...
... drunk, sang a song dedicated to the three of us. He also told us he missed us already at least 40 times throughout the night. All of the family members kept telling us they were so thankful to have met us and for our kindness, but we could only say the same to them.
So in one day we visited: mountains, a previous wonder of the world, a forest, a zoo, a church, a cave, and a beach....can't say I have ever been able to do that in one day in the U.S. :)
... entrance and off we rode up the road that actually went round the chocolate hill. When we got to the top i parked the bike in the area marked, and we made wour way through the throngs of people taking pics every step of the way up the hill. I seem to remember it was bigger before, but hey it was 2 years ago maybe its wan down a little. At the top we did all the obligatory picture taking and admired the view, which unfortunately meant we could see ...