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Bad pre arrainged service
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... Just a brief history once that it was the headquarters of the Katipuneros. Everybody is familiar with Andres Bonifacio. Isa sya sa matatapang bayani nagtanggol sa ating pinakamamahal na PIlipinas. Sa mga kwebang ito matatagpuan ang isa sa mga historic relics.
- Balaong Bridge
Pres. Estrada inaugurated this bridge that serves an easy way for the farmers to transport their goods and crops to Balintawak market in Manila. A 50 ...
... midday heat and kept our eyes peeled. Before we knew it we saw plenty of jeepney's - modified army jeeps left behind by the Americans after WWII. They have been customised by the Filipinos, with brightly coloured paint, coloured headlights, and have their route written on the side of the jeepney. After finding a local to ask, he kindly helped us hail one down, jump on the back, and pay between 8-10 pesos (12-15p) for your journey. We did also read that if you have luggage then ...
"Palaging Mayo'ng Dahilan Upang Tayo ay Maging Masaya"
"There is always a reason to be happy"
By Romeo Bobby Dela Rosa
(Filmed on Day 77 of the Milman adventure, Plaridel. 13.11.14)
... br> As the title of today's blog makes clear, we headed to some waterfalls. It was a three hour drive so Jane and I slept all the way, making the most of the reclining rear seats. It must be said I don't know how we slept so well with Rodel driving. In the sense that he hasn't hit anything/one in the last few days he is a great driver. In a country full of mad driving though, Rodel us up there with the craziest! Real we white knuckle stuff.
To get to ...
... a stick and stuck it straight down the loo, after a stir he began to blow down it. He had done a number two and it needed breaking up!
The excitement of the toilet delayed us a little, we'd had the knock to let us know breakfast was ready at Uncle Raffy's. The cleaner was also waiting to come in. The cleaner was a lovely lady who was married to our caretaker, but her English was limited so I had to use sign language to explain the broken toilet.