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Travel Blogs from Nasugbu
... foods. The group started immediately the 3-hour uphill, muddy and rocky challenge. The Mt Pico Hike was cool because of the surrounding shade of trees. Reaching the campsite, a bamboo forest was a welcoming site. The strong winds did not stop group in taking pictures around the campsite. However, if the climb to campsite was a challenge, the climb to the summit was much more challenging. Yet it was a sense of fulfillment ...
... on a motorbike with a load of wood balancing between them and they were smoking. Interesting seeing how some people live. Made it to the beach house and it is absolutely amazing! My clever aunt designed it all and it is beautiful! I put a couple photos up of it and the view. Anyway after settling in we took the boat out for a spin. We went to a peaceful little island and had a few drinks, a bit of tanning and ...
The Bontoc journey was 45 minutes along the windy road, it wasn't too uncomfortable even though the Jeepney was crammed full! Once we reached Bontoc, Santi and Anna negotiated a bus to Banaue. Initially the driver was trying to overcharge but once they started speaking the lingo he realised his mistake and we got the journey for 150 peso a head. On the bus was a family from The Netherlands and another couple were trying to get on, sadly not enough seats for ...
... wait long for a Jeepney to get a ride back to Banaue. We had showers and got our stuff together so we were ready to catch the 7pm night bus back to Manila. While we were waiting at our accommodation for the bus the local drunk threatened to kill a guy we were sitting with and he had a pistol, apparently. Pretty intense. The bus was much warmer this time, but still a ****** bus. Sarah's chair was broken so it wouldn't stay back unless she had her weight on it. All in all it was ok ...
... good day, where we marveled not only at the impressive ingenuity of the Ifugao tribes who harnessed the potential of the mountains, evolving from hunter-gatherers to being able to tame the land for subsistence, but also I garnered a newfound respect for rural communities, especially one such as this in difficult terrain, to survive and thrive without the convenience that we urbanites take for granted. This is truly to live off the land. It seems almost too easy, obscene, that ...
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