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"Palaging Mayo'ng Dahilan Upang Tayo ay Maging Masaya"
"There is always a reason to be happy"
By Romeo Bobby Dela Rosa
(Filmed on Day 77 of the Milman adventure, Plaridel. 13.11.14)
... backrest in the middle and one boatman at either end. The second we stepped in it was all over the place. At 2ft wide and with us great lumps getting in it was anything but stable.
The first stretch of the river was done using petrol power. Meaning, we got a tow from another canoe with an engine. We passed by the backs of houses, some quite nice, and run down hotels/restaurants. Another canoe approached us trying to flog water but we had plenty. The ...
... stiff and it certainly wasn't power steering. The drivers are extremely skilled to negotiate around Manila. When reversing, Uncle Bobby banged the back frame like a drum to act as our reversing alarm, it was so much fun!
We also went for a ride on the kart of a carabao, the national animal of the Philippines, used to transport goods like rice. What a beast of an animal. It was huge! Back to the school and mess about in Uncle Bobby's office. It was amazing to ...
... but at least wearing hi-vi. People stood in roads chatting, driving the wrong way on bikes. It was mayhem and great if not unnerving to watch. We passed an artic with a hammock underneath where the driver was having his break.
We were taken initially to a poor area of the city adjacent to the docks. It didn't feel good to be the kind of tourist that is looking around an area simply because it is poor. But at the same time we wanted to see things that are different. ...
... tier of our wedding cake. Classic!
By early evening the food was gone, and the guests followed, a good time had been had by all - and a free meal! I had enjoyed the general informality of the day, guests had mainly turned up in their ordinary day clothes, tee shirts etc. One of the great differences when you are in a 3rd world country, many people had no 'best' clothes to change into for special occasions.
Now ... 14th February, when romantic Shirley wanted to ...