Coral Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
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... was that we had to get to which was right over on the other side of the valley, we followed a path, climbed across more rice fields, and balanced along a stone wall, locals pointed us in the right direction when we were unsure but other than maybe 2-3 locals we didn't see anyone else the whole time. We accidentally took a shortcut and ended up yet again cutting through someone's house but they were friendly and didn't seem to mind, there was a couple of girls around ...
... 000 years to build the terraces, so the oldest terraces are about 4,000 years old, and the youngest about 2,000 years old.
Our main activity of the day was taking tricycles about 4-5 kms up the mountain to a lookout where we had a great view of the rice fields. The view was terrific, as were the rice terraces, clinging to the hills, sprawling over all the available space. The harvest was over and the next planting not yet begun, so ...
... any money to see it. The staff were very friendly and advised that we could get money out, but it was another ride away and even further. We had no choice! Rose, who had been unsuccessful first time was determined to get money so very kindly offered to go in the morning. The tour guide was happy for us to pay him the next day as we were doing two days of hiking through the 2000 year old rice terraces with him. To get to our starting point we had to take a ...
... the terraces... they were truly wonderful and informative! Which was a surprise since I had talked to an American woman the day before who told me her guide was terrible and couldn't answer any of her questions.
After hiking along the terraces, we were off to the waterfall. Our guides asked if anyone had breathing problems, which should help explain how hard the trek was. The stairs were STEEP, there was a hundred of them, ...
... dollar is roughly 40 pesos.
We pulled over for another pit stop (around 4 am) and had to pay 5 pesos to use the washroom. Worth every peso, the toilet is clean and so are the urinals. However, they don't supply toilet paper. Good thing I brought a roll from Canada in my backpack. Also, if you want to have good soap that isn't diluted 40:1, bring a small bottle with you. After the washroom break we walked ...