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Travel Blogs from Lian
... a wander into Banaue town to check out the amazing gift shops filled with carved wooden pieces from the tiniest little rice gods on a necklace to huge giant water buffalo 4 feet tall. It is a pleasant little town and we had a wander around for a bit before heading back to our hostel to spend the evening with a bottle of rum playing cards and having dinner with Katie and Greg Due to the fact that they had both spent time in New Zealand, we discussed the best places to ...
... those who just wish to take a plunge in the sea. That night it rained and our tent leaked in water so we had to 'save' our belongings from getting wet. Fortunately the rain didn't last that long. The next day we went fishing. It was my first fishing experience and it was very rewarding that I caught ...
... in our final destination. So therefore we had to brave a boat, or more specifically, brave the hour and a half queue, in 37 degree heat, with backpacks, to pick up the tickets. It took us 2 minutes when it was our turn to get the tickets compared to the compulsary 20+ minutes needed by the Philippinos...After being entertained with Johnny English Reborn and a really special kid in front, collected our bags, and had a 45 minute tricycle ride to reggae guesthouse, alona ...
... The traffic was so busy and hard-out it took 1.5 hours to get there. We just sat in traffic for ages!! After we had arranged for the bus we left our bags at the terminal and went for a walk to find something to eat. The roads were crazy busy, people, buses, cars, trucks, Jeepneys and tricycles everywhere! The bus was so ****** and so cold we froze! At 3am we stopped so we were able to get our jerseys and sleeping bags!! ...
... beamed. "You start with river first, then hot spring when you get cold."
And heed his advice we did. Not having brought a change of clothing, we only partially dipped ourselves into the inviting waters of the rushing river. It was really nice now that we had worked up a sweat from the walk, but also surprisingly chilly for a river in tropical climes: I guess I keep forgetting that we ARE at over 4000 feet.
The hot spring was pretty small, but really hot. ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility