Forest Cove Beach House
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... 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 ...
... lucky for us we had bagged the last 2!
It took about and hour and a half and on the way we stopped off at a view point to see the stunning rice terraces of Banaue, there were a cluster of tourists shops and the use of a toilet at a cafe was most welcome, even if it was 5 peso's!
15 minutes later we arrived at the village. We booked our return bus at the ticket desk. The Banaue-Manila bus is just !!! 10 hours and cost 450 peso's each. Santi and his family ...
Arrived in Banaue at 6am after a 9 hour bus ride. We were greeted by heaps of guys trying to sell us a room or tour. Do u think we could be bothered with this at 6am?? A guy on our bus had a brother that come to meet us and take us to a nice place to stay overlooking the Rice terraces. He was very nice and polite so we decided he can be our tour guide for the next 2 ...
... stroll into an air-conditioned, brightly-lit grocery store (usually playing some sort of soothing music) in my neighborhood with anything and everything I could want, from every ridiculous corner of the earth. Yet I even have the cheek to complain about the hassles of finding parking.
Travel really isn't about sights or monuments or adventures. It's really about perspective. I'm glad, here, being close to the Earth and witnessing the lives of others, reminds me of ...