Anilao Outrigger Resort
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... the bar.
On the way from Bontoc to Banaue the driver slowed down so we could see/take pictures of a bus crash that had happened just the week before! A bus had flown off the edge of a cliff, killing maybe 12-17 passengers? Including two Canadian and a Dutch tourists! I'm truly surprised it doesn't happen more often- the roads are crazy, the cliffs are steep, the buses are in average condition and totally overloaded with people and stuff.
... Kid's Workshop Learning Centre which is a private elementary school. One the way back we visited Solano High School which Ronnie graduated from. Since he was alumni they let us walk around and take pictures. We end up going to the faculty office and talk to the department heads and find out that there is roughly 2200 students and 100 staff there when talking to the social studies department head Concepcion Absalon. The staff was interested ...
... it up. They had killed it just before we arrived (thankfully) and were busy cooking it on a fire, butchering it and then dividing it up to feed everyone. They literally ate the whole thing including the feet and tail. Needless to say, when I was offered a piece to try I politely declined, even though they assured me it was delicious! Eventually we managed to convince a couple in a passing car to give us a lift to the next main town (for a fee obviously) and so ...
I write most of this after spending a night on a bus with very little sleep and so apologise if my usual 'waffle' is more waffly.
Our first of impressions of Banaue were: it looked a bit grotty, was very noisy and very busy with both human and vehicle traffic. However, that was all quickly forgiven when you admired the absolutely stunning scenery that the town was nestled in!
The last few miles of the journey gave tantalising snippets of the rice terraces we would ...
... rise but that minute was very much worth all the difficulties that we went through to witness that momentous event.
When the sun was already shining brightly over the clouds, it was then that I felt how small I am compared to His creations. This is probably the best way to teach the value of humility to young people. I have the feeling that even the richest man in the world will feel belittled by the vastness of the beauty around him. It will make you feel ...