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... of Moma", completely ignored obviously. What gets spat is a deep crimson and "they are painting the road red" as the nice tourism lady told us, while offering us some lethal rice wine. I'd have given Moma a go myself but feeling so **** the last thing I need is a mild stimulant keeping me awake any longer. I was intrigued by the mixing with lime, just like coca leaf. It made me think there must be something to it.
As we pulled away from Banaue the youth were ...
... of the national elections in 2010.
The people killed included Mangudadatu's wife, his two sisters,
journalists, lawyers, aides, and motorists who were witnesses or were
mistakenly identified as part of the convoy.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) ...
... universities and houses painting the hills with vibrant roofs of blue, green and red. Feeling a little tired by now I sought out an eating/drinking area and enjoyed a small San Miguel Beer for 55 pesos. After a brief rest and refreshment I made my way back on foot to my hotel.
I headed out to The Red Lion Pub at about 8.00 and it was my intention to move from there to Nevada Square later but as it worked out I stayed at The Red Lion ...
8 – La Rock – it reminds me of little hotels on Greek Islands; beautiful, family kind of place; with German and Filipino friendly owners.
Any bus that goes from Manila to Vigan or Laoag will stop in San Fernando. It’s difficult to say how long it might take – anything from 5 to 7-8 hours.
Jeepney from San Fernando (about 10 peso) – ask for San Juan ...
... not know, joined the group in the hallway, and soon the hallway in front of the office was the busiest place in the facility. Ma'am Julie, the center head from 5 years ago, was no longer there. Instead, the new 'center head' came out of her office to greet us, but not unexpectedly, was much more reserved. We asked for permission to walk around and show Jessney the place. Not much had changed in 5 years. Still the same bare greenish and yellow walls. ...