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... it though Steve. Checked in and then out for a stroll. Got into a very "locals only" neighbourhood- lots of street vendors and not many westerners. About 7 blocks Ellen had had enough so we flagged down a motorbike taxi to get us back. Not made for our build for sure - the driver was nervous about us tipping over in tight curves!! Pretty funny. Some drinks with the gang and early to bed for 3:30 wake up ...
It's finally sabbatical time! After months of planning, researching, booking flights and guesthouses, and dreaming of the trip, here we are on the island of Busuanga in the Philippines. It was a bit of a rocky start though...as in all developing countries, patience is key here, as things very often do not go as planned!
After 22 hours of travel (always painful!) we arrived at the Manila airport, where I'd arranged a pickup in advance through the hotel. We got ...
... it was of less interest to me than the fact that I was in a horse and cart. He insisted on me getting out at the Cathedral and an old Spanish fortress for a stroll around but I suspect this may have been to give him and the horse a rest rather than for any particular interest he thought I would have. As we moved through Chinatown and Muslim Town, interest did gather in the sight of a horse and cart with a white passenger and we became a short-term attraction on ...
... the lap pool in the yard that you can see through the wall of windows. The house was impressive. But, not as impressive as the humble hospitality of our hosts. Despite the fact that they had the entire meal catered and we were served by their staff the hosts, and the other alumni who came to join us were all delightful, and friendly and shockingly down to earth. They introduced me to all the traditional dishes and I tried every single one of them: ...
... first national hero of the Philippines.
During the day the park is very quiet. The fountains were not working and in the heat of the day there were few visitors. I walked to the back of the park to Taft Avenue and took another pedal trike north, past City Hall to Arroceros Forest Park. The park was open but I was asked to explain what i was doing there, to which i replied that i wanted to look around the park, which ...