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... maybe 6-8" wide. Nevertheless, the driver never lets up off the gas pedal the entire trip. He passes on curves and hilltops. Maybe I shouldn't have requested to sit in the front seat!
During the over 5 hour trip we would come to "checkpoints" on the road. There was never anyone there to check anything, and no buildings nearby where someone would normally be to check vehicles. All the 'checkpoint' was, was either 3 or 4 road barricades set up on ...
... of other small bridges and that we were best to turn around and get a tricyle to drive us to the beach. We looked at each other and said"no way! We've gotten this far (around half way of an hour drive) and we weren't going back!". So we kept going. Slow and steady. When there were other bridges along the way (2-3 if I recall) we'd just get off our bikes and walk them across. Better safe than sorry (also, the other bridges had no railings and the edges would land you right into ...
... such a relief to see her and get the hell out of that airport. I hadn't seen my sister for nearly two so it was great catching up on the way to the hotel in the taxi. We were dropped at Nichols Airport hotel and checked in all fine, room fine but no food around as it was so late. The next morning we were driven back to the airport for Manila airport take 2, this time to Terminal 4 which was almost as small as Terminal 1 but distinctly less **** than Terminal 1.
... be the best. If there's more than the word amazing, then that's what Palawan is. Day 1. Went straight to El Nido after arriving to Puerto Princesa airport. It was a six hours long drive but it was all worth the wait and butt freezing moment. Traveling via van from PPS to El Nido at night was creepy. And I got no choice but just sleep and wait until we reached our destination. Finally after six hours we arrived to El Nido. We stayed in a nice place but that's few kms away from the ...
... lays down and ignores it. I walk past later in the day and am dissapointed to see that it's still there. Even my overweight dog would have eaten the omelet and probably even the rice. Then there were attempts that were too sucessful. The dog in the picture knew how to put diners off their food. His formula sit in the middle of the restaurant and pulsate your lipstick. However when I gave up on eating and went to feed the dogs he jumped up grabbing at my ...