Coral Beach Club
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... a little bit extra for free, including passing by what it looked like a very poor neighborhood. Besides that, it started to rain in the last part of our walk, so we got a little bit wet as well.
The train was just PHP 15 per person and it worked more like a metro connecting the city with several different stations along the way. One annoying thing is that they have security check all the time so you have to open your bags every time you want to get in, even if they ...
... where we were due to catch a flight to Boracay. We visited the Banaue view point and dived into the original guesthouse we wanted to stay in when it began pouring. It was much nicer and cheaper than our hotel and the rooms even had plug sockets! We're writing this on the night bus whilst being watched over by our new friend, a young boy. We loved the scenery in the Cordillera but are looking forward to the beaches in Boracay - we just hope the weather is ...
... to Sagada. The ride was unbelievable rocky and we had to travel slowly.
We visited a few tombs in two major locations. The first was Tinongchol Burial Rock and the other was on Mt. Timbac. It was strange to see how the bodies were preserved inside the coffins. Our guide went inside the tombs and actually opened up the coffins so that we can see inside. My creepiest moment was in our first tomb and we had to climb a ladder to see ...
... all this in your mouth at once. Before we knew it we were back in the road again continuing down to Sagada. We drove past the crash site which killed many people. The coach was still at the bottom of the cliff. If I'm honest it's amazing how anyone survived it. It was just a mess and so sad to see. A couple of hours later we arrived in the town of Sagada which is home of the hanging coffins, white water rafting and caving trips. Perfect town for ...
So...on the bus at 8.30am heading from Legazpi to Manila. A twelve and a half hour journey that didn't seem to bad, apart from the endless showing of a Kenny Rogers live DVD. We passed the time by sleeping and watching films on the tablet. We arrived in Manila at around 9pm, obtained a taxi from one bus terminal to another where after an hours wait, we hopped straight on the overnight bus from Manila to Banaue, another nine and a half hours away! It was interesting to see the ...