Blue Waters Calatagan Beach House
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... I ask to meet with the president of SMU and luckily he is available. We talk about my mom attending SMU as well as teaching there. I ask him if the Dean of engineering was available since I was told he was a former student of my mom. Unfortunately, he is out of town until March so I won''t be able to meet him. The head secretary remembers my mom and is able to pull out and show some year books that she is in as a student and as faculty.
... where we find her making brooms out of the tiger grass. The second house belongs to another aunt who is taking care of her daughter. We try getting pomelos from a tree near by. I'll let you know how they taste when I eat one. Then we head back to his place where he climbs a tree to get a papaya. It's getting dark and I said we should get out of the mountain roads before the sun sets. I did pretty good for doing this all in flip ...
... was very unusual. We decided to visit the local museum just a few minutes walk up in the village up a very steep hill. On arrival the doors were closed. We knocked at the guesthouse next door and they had the key so we did get to have a look round. It’s a fascinating look at the local tribe, the Ifugao, of how they lived. It was just 50 peso to enter. (About 80 pence).
Back at the guesthouse after a shower and change we had our last meal there, slightly better ...
... we met the charismatic doctor Roberto Kalugdan, who showed us to our luxury native hut overlooking the mountains. After showering (which fired out live ants!), lunching and relaxing in the afternoon we tricycled to Lagawe for ATM, bus booking and better than average local dinner at Gazebo restaurant / popular karaoke TV bar. Stayed at Ibalao Ibalao Bed & Breakfast (with no breakfast!) [T&J rating ...
... really easy especially for people who are already in their early 40s with no regular physical activity. We opted to climb in February which is said to be one of the coldest months in the area. I am not sure now whether to thank or to regret that decision but it is definitely that decision that made this adventure more memorable.
Our adventure began with a jeepney ride that started at 6AM from Baguio to DENR’s Mt. Pulag Protected Area Office. After a ...