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... any better in UK, it was vividly beautiful, I wish I could do it every night. Finally I could say Philippines is a very beautiful country after I lived the last 6 weeks in the city; I don't see much of Philippines but now I do. :) After 20 minutes, I came back to join others done lots of talked and played the games together surprised we did it together without the team leaders because the team leaders only people tried to pull the UK and Filipino ...
Tes and Erwin introduce me to the Philippine Mafia one evening ! No not really ! Now there is a name that they referred me as when we were hanging out in the streets drinking beer outside a bakery. Ace you'll know this ( if you're reading now haha ) Ahhh. got it ! Skina boys or rugby beers.. or kanto boy !... the best drinkers in town , and I'm a light weight !
After a few beers and having the kiwi traveler on, I arrange with them to go on a rock climbing ...
... are slums and the pillars of the bridges are wearing tasteful graffiti art of the ocean.
In the Philippines Christmas starts in the first month ending with a "ber".... and not before long its apparent that everyone celebrates here, as i cross paths with a homeless person wearing a Santa hat.... I resisted any clever Christmas cheekiness , as i had the feeling this may well not be responded to in the good spirit it would have been delivered ;)
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... a traditional spiky roof and surrounded by nice pretty grounds. That was it really! Later on in the evening, I had a bit of a shock when a funeral procession went by, followed by hundreds of candle-bearing locals. There was even a body on display in the coffin. However, after the initial shock had passed, I quickly realised that the 'body' was in fact a plastic model of Jesus! And the hundreds of people were yet again, taking part in another ceremony. Complete with marching ...
... to the same BBQ place with Dana, Awen and Yuka. Talked, had some beers and went home after that, ofcourse with a tricycle. Turns out Awen and Yuka were also going to Boracay the day after!