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... this before we begin our big trek to the other countries.
This was the first leg of our trip to the north. The 6 hour bus ride from Manila wasn't too bad. Nia and Avery slept most of the way and we mainly took the main highway up which was a breeze. We took Victory Liner Bus for P455/$12 a head. When we arrived we didn't have a place to stay and we started combing the streets looking ...
... some photos of spring and ice fishing, moose hunting, snowboarding and family on my phone.
After breakfast I say goodbye to everyone again and Uncle Louie, Arnold and I head to Baguio City. On the way there we decide to stop by Mount Pulag, which is supposed to the highest mountain in Luzon and the second or third highest in all of the Philippines.
... and floating plastic is very good for either human or whale shark and I hope for the shark’s sakes that hanging around here was a once off incident.
DIVING AND OTHER ADVENTURES
After leaving La Union we met up with Alejandro at Cubao bus station in Manila and took a bus and a ferry to Sabang, close to Puerto Gallera. We did only two dives here, there was strong
current, plenty of marine life, a big GT and some pickhandle barracudas, and this is a spot ...
... so this was fairly good shelter. The markets were heaving, you can buy anything there! Fruit, veg, meat, sweets, clothes etc. Luckily the umbrella’s were so cheap. We decided after 8 months away it was time to buy one !
We didn’t make it to the museums but we felt that we had the feel of the city. We went to find the bus station for the next step of our journey. We were heading to Sagada just 6 hours away by bus departing from Dangwa Terminal. We found it, ...
... moments, it is hard to tell them apart and figure out who is who. One of the sisters writes down all their names. As it becomes clear it is time for us to go, we take a few group pictures of those family members that have gathered inside the house. I had quickly ran back to TinTin to get some of the Canadiana gifts we had brought along, and Audrey gave these to the older lady with our thanks. And with that, we say our goodbyes, realizing that we had just been part of a very ...