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 ...
... be my early signs of dementia - the minute I sat down, I proceeded to order steamed oysters and crab meat hotplate, completely forgotten about the reason I came to Manokan Country. I only came to my realisation after I stepped out of the resto, happy in my belly.
The central market came alive after dark with the streets lined with seafood stalls and dotted with bright light bulbs. It looked like all the aunties of Bacolod ...
... certainly wouldn’t want to be travelling on the road when one occurs! Recent evidence of landslides (of varying degrees) seemed to be everywhere.
We stopped for a ‘comfort stop’ briefly, where a huge satellite and cable tower, partially obscured by low cloud, was foreshadowed by a huge statue of the Virgin Mary sitting just in front. Looking totally out of place, the whole scene was made to look even more farcical with hens ...
... in our excited states we didn't put on sunscreen. By the time we decided to finally go in Sarah and I were lobsters...the boiled kind. And Sarah was so burnt she wouldn't dare look at the sun or go outside without being clothed head to toe. So when we finally had the weather we had wanted for the past few days, we couldn't enjoy it because we were in too much pain. Overall, another interesting experience to add to the books and Tanduay Rum to take ...