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... its always so much fun to catch up on everyone else's day of adventures.
Japan is very interesting. Today we arrive in Kagoshima. It is a charming port city It is the cultural and economic hub of the region. It is known for mild climates and friendly people. The people are so pleasant and warm. They keep giving us presents and bowing. Bowing in Japan is a very important custom. It is a sign of respect and it is normal to bow rather than to shake hands
... level; Watching Doctor Mapile (our incredible adopted big sister whose family hosted us for most of the month) perform a live eye surgery - removing a cataract from a patient - in her practice; Horse riding to the mouth of the Taal Volcano, the second most active volcano in the Philippines and watching the small breathtaking "lake within a lake"; cruising along the forty five kilometre long underground river (we only cruised for ten kilometres), one of the seven ...
... of this trip. It is big, noisy, and a tad bit smelly. It is a place to land in and then move on out of ASAP (at least in my opinion). That being said, it was good to see a few sights and I have a couple more layover days to see some of the other things that I didn't get to check out yet.
In the evening, I met Fabrice back at the bus station and we got on the bus to Banaue (~8-9 hours drive). And this is where a whole other post will begin...!
... all large south East Asian cities, it has its way of dealing with the population.. bare rules traffic that reduce personal vehicle space to within centimeters, birdnests of powerlines intermingled across streets and invented (and very unnecessary) jobs so that everyone is at least doing something. The thick humid climate produces that familiar and peculiar aroma of sewage, rotten garbage with a hint of spice and laundry powder that is so common among other South East Asian ...
... We visited Manila Cathedral, first built in 1571 and destroyed by both earthquakes and fires since (7 times), then totally destroyed in 1945 in the Battle of Manila. It was reconstructed in 1958, elevated to the rank of Basilica Minore by Pope John Paul II in 1983 and now named Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. There is a lot of history in the place and on this ...