Bacolod Pension Plaza
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... fathers have work in the fields only during harvest time, but then have trouble finding work the rest of the year. We met the pastor of the church, next to which we would build the CR, a very small, but extremely hard working man of 53 years. We were waiting on supplies so we went to visit a few families. I am not sure what I expected... I guess I have never experienced such extreme poverty. I guess I expected the houses to have floors made of ...
... The idea is to eat all this with your hands. So, we mucked in like two little children devouring this lovely meal. The restaurant had big double sinks in the middle of it so when people finished eating, you could wash your hands. We enjoyed this so much, we went back again the second night we were in Bacolod to eat our Inasay chicken again.
Then we got ready to leave Bacolod and head to Sugar Beach. We had a taxi ...
... if I have enough time. My plans now is to head to the Visayas (the group of Islands around the centre of the Philippines) I don't have a plan I'm just gonna pick a place and then just get round via ferry to wherever I can.
Hope your all still enjoying the blogs, keep the comments coming. Hope its not too cold for you
all back home.
Goodbye for now Chris.
sorry this blog is soo late I had trouble getting connection to upload it.
... here for locals to rush out and try to clear or partially clear any combination of large deposits of earth, trees, rocks and shrubs that have hurtled down from incredible heights, onto the road below. Because of the amount of rain, low cloud and mountain streams cursing thro’ the hills here, the land is incredibly unstable and even well-established tree roots eventually lose their grip within the gloopy earth. The height of fall is quite frightening ...
... the waiting game just to capture the seared spectacle at its best. And when the shooting began, we really had a blast.
Whether one is a tyro or a pro, the ruins of the Lacson mansion are undoubtedly a photographer’s delight. I just wished we had more time to snap at the structure at different times of the day, perhaps from sunup to sundown. Oh, well, I guess a second coming’s in the offing.