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Travel Blogs from Nasugbu
... to the reception and asked for a bandaid. They look over the bench and see this small pool of blood forming and freak out. The whole thing was pretty funny actually and although they wanted to bandage it I won the argument and got my bandaid. Should've gone for the bandage though - it would've looked much more impressive. Back to the present... We made anchor and had a few drinks on the boat and had a bit of a tan. After a while my uncle, so clever, thought the storm clouds were getting ...
... went to bed for 2 hours before getting up to have breakfast before our tour at 10am. As we were about to go we saw we had no battery on our camera so we waited an extra 30minutes to charge it. Our guide had his friends tricycle so we went on that. We first stopped in the village to see a local performance happening which involved young children. Then we headed up ...
... a few feet off the ground by tree stumps, not unlike the other 6 huts that make up the modest establishment. Entering through a low door up a small ladder, the inside of the hut soars like a rustic steeple, so 6' 3" Rob can stand without issue - well, looking out for the central horizontal beam, of course. Bedding is simple: a mattress on the ground, two pillows, sheets, and two woven blankets: a hint of the cool nights that ...
... marathon on the bus. We tried to sleep and even though we could put our chairs back as far as possible I always struggle to sleep when I'm not laid down properly.
We arrived into Manila at about 3am. Aproximately 4 hours ahead of the time we had thought it would take. We had planned to hop off this bus and then onto another direct to Donsol. Normally I end an entry when we go to sleep but so much **** happened before we finally got some sleep that I'll need to split this one ...
... I asked if anyone else was on the trip, the hostel said no. But, in fact, there were 5 different groups going from the same hostel! Frustrating to say the least!
From Banaue, it's 12km over a rocky road to Batad junction. My guide parked his tricycle here and it was an hour hike up the mountain to a small rest stop from where we descended down to the small village of Batad. Conversation ...
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