Residencia de Riego & Resort
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... the day's doughnuts, I decided that I would begin making my way to the airport even though my flight wasn't for another 9 hours. Clark airport used to be a US military base until recently, so the public transport links to it aren't great. Most tourists end up paying much more money to use private minibuses or tricycles because it's by far the easiest way. With so much time, however, and not many pesos left, I decided that I would take the cheaper option and ...
... genuine frog skins turned into purses, complete with floppy legs.
After we returned to town we explored the last parts of the tiny town centre, and even the tiny, multi-story shop complex that was next door to our hotel. I was thrilled to discover that there were at least three bakeries in close proximity.
We did however notice signs everywhere which simply stated 'No Spitting of Momma Here.' Initially, we thought this may mean all mothers should not spit, but ...
To get to the island of Mindoro, where we were meeting our friends we needed first to get to Batangas pier.
When we got out of the taxi at the Manila bus station we were ambushed by more taxi drivers and bus ticket vendors like they were the paparazzi. No joke, they were staring into the cab as we were paying and I was scared of taking out my wallet even to pay the driver. ...
... at 3 in the morning, and who needs to go anywhere other than bed at 3 in the morning, 5 hours later and we arrived in Baguiou where after chatting to a local for 5 minutes, we were in a taxi and heading to the bus station. Turned out to be a minibus depot but, too tired to argue we bought our tickets for 415P. A figure that seemed extortionate at the time as we'd only paid 306P to travel the 5 hours north. We quickly ran off to 7-11 for ...
In the wee hours of the morning, 4am to be exact, our group met at the driveway of One Serendra. Everyone was on time and we were soon on our 10 hour van ride to Banaue. There were 11 people in 2 vans with 2 drivers and 2 coordinators supplied by Crimson Travel. Willy was one of our drivers. He had been our guide on the trip we took in 2010 and remembered our group from last time. Once in the vans, everyone tried to get ...