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Travel Blogs from Calatagan
... grabbed the tail piece thinking that part has the least bones, similar to most north american fish. I was wrong, it had the most. Tatay quickly traded me pieces when he saw the piece I took. I don't usually eat fish when it has the bone in it, but since my mom wasn't around to de-bone it for me I gave it a shot. It took awhile, but I was able to eat about 3 ounces of fish then sent the rest to Tatay. I ended up eating the longaniza and rice ...
... the Mountain, we climbed that for hours, kaya hindi mawawala ang picturan.
We also did the epic Jump Shot in Mt. Pulag, na ginawa namin with few takes, halos sumakit na nga ang paa namin ma-perfect lang un eh. Pupunta sana kami sa ibang peak to see different views, pero dahil nagkatamaran narin at nakuntento na sa view mula na peak 1, napag usapan nalang namin to stay na.
... rustiest most rickety hanging bridge I've ever seen and we were at the bottom of the valley, with only 30 or so stairs to climb before getting back to the road where our transport was parked. These stairs of course, even at this lower altitude, nearly killed us! I'm blaming the three hours of hiking previously but they were not an easy feat to get up. Nevertheless we achieved our small climb and were back on the tricycles just in time before the rain came belting down, ...
... across streams, and down more steps. We arrived at the waterfall much hotter and sweatier than when we started. Unfortunately, Axel was the only one with the swimmers so I had to boil in my own body heat, watching him have an awesome swim. Back to the village for some lunch prepared by lovely Rita, and both thought it best to leave early. It was only when we were 20 steps from the mountain top (with shelter) that we were soooo glad we left, when the heavens absolutely ...
First off this is going to be quite a long blog as we've been quite busy since our last talk. And yes I am aware that i've made it even longer by typing this warning but hey ho, thats life!
After the 10hr night bus we arrived in Banaue, from here we took a bone jarring 1 hr Jeepney to the Batad junction. As Batad is a remote mountain region you have to hike into the village. Its a 45 minute hike all down hill ...
- Swimming pool
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