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... water that is very cold. I turn on the tap and it is just as cold. As I use a ladle the size of a soup pot, I have the coldest bathing session I've ever had in the Philippines, or ever felt due to the temperature differential. Even though the water was cold, I could still see steam coming from by body as the air in the bathroom was cold as well. Later my cousins tell me that there are submersible water heard that you are supposed to ...
... kind souls. As we found out the religion is affecting not only everyday life but also politics. The south of country is however, predominantly Muslim and wants their independence from Christian nation.
Two things among many others are quiet important for Filipinos:
1 – Whatever happens... “so be it” attitude. They say “bahala na” which means that all things shall pass and in the meantime life is to be lived. And not ...
... from underground hot springs in the lake.
This villager was wearing an example of a strange fashion phenomenon where the men wear a long sleeve tee shirt on their head, placing the head opening over their eyes, letting the rest of the shirt drape over their head and then using the sleeves to tie it securely around their neck, apparently to give them some relief from the sun. It made me really curious how this fashio started. ...
... food and maybe find a post office!
I'm back in KL soon so I'll leave out details on the city but in short, you are either soaked through with sweat or soaked through from a heavy downpour! You just can't win! I also had a curry for lunch from a street vendor and a curry in the evening! Both were a quid! I got back to the airport at midnight and slept on the floor till check in at 4am. LCCT also has free ...
... again at the Yogurt house and then attended church services. Half of the service was in English, including the hymns. In the afternoon, everyone in the Philippines was watching boxing, where there native Pacquiao was boxing against Martinez. I met up with Ron and the Slovakian for another dinner at the Log Cabin that night.
The next day I caught the bus to Baguio. The vegetable terraces along the way were fascinating ...