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... in a tropical, Asian way.
We wandered around the church for about 20 minutes and then set off on foot to the waterfront. It felt like we had stumbled upon some post-apocalyptic fun fair. Perhaps because it was 10am on a Monday, the entire area was deserted save for one teenage couple making out beneath the meagre shade of a scrawny coconut tree, and the rides and stalls, which were so numerous that I imagined the atmosphere would be very festive ...
... tour took 45 minutes.
We back to Sabang beach with the same boat which waited for us in the park. In the beach, our buffet lunch was served as part of Underground River package tour which costs P1,500 per head. The lunch is so delicious because of pork liempo and chicken adobo. Tamilok, edible sea worm, in vinegar also served here for P100. After our lunch, we went ahead for our next stop is more adventurous.
UGONG ROCK ADVENTURE. ...
... and even R.E.M. but much to our relief, "Talking 'bout a Revolution" still made the cut.
Five hours and two bottles of rum later (sound familiar?) we recreated our ride to Narra by piling five of us in one tricycle. Being the shortest, I got the back of the actual motorcycle. Amanda & Ginny were in the forward facing seat. Simon was on the backwards ledge. Trevor was lying on the luggage rack out back.
Learing from ...
... might have knitted it to keep the chill
out on these chilly 30C nights.
lacking in professional skills, the band members seemed to regularly
forget that they were on stage and would wander about blowing their
noses, texting their friends or putting wads of tissues in ears. (I
was tempted to do the latter myself).
their unquestionable skills, the band hadn't produced any of their
own 'work' but instead covered ...
... evidenced by the lush, lime green fields I could see everywhere. We visited the Nagkalit-kalit waterfall, which was a great time out for me. Feeling much better today, it was so nice to trek out to the waterfall (and mangroves) for about 45 minutes. Having to traverse many cool, clear streams along the way was very therapeutic and I loved the trekking. Then we visited the Makinit hot springs, which were very different to any I’d ...