Henann Garden Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it a miss and get some sleep. The girls were pretty good and kept the noise down for us.
The following morning we took a quick walk down the beach to look for a vest for myself and Aline and to pick up some medicine. We then had breakfast at the one and only Globy before getting our things together and leaving for the ferry. I said goodbye to the girls and wished them safe travels.
We then went back over to the port of Caticlan to catch a mini van back to Iloilo ...
... if I was ok. At that point I was ready to leave China. But I came home went to bed, and went to work the next morning. I had to go back to the hospital on Monday afternoon. This time it was much better. I went to the VIP part and the nurse spoke English. They took some of the medication I got from the Philippines away because they said it was the same thing. And taking 10 pills a day was not fun for me. And then I was sent back to the IV room for some pain meds. After Monday ...
... We opted for king prawns and 2 small crae's on our first outing there, cooked in a combination of chilli sauce, and coconut milk. Delicious! We may have gone back there again!
Bargains: Definitely a place to spot a bargain, but like any Asian offerings, you seem to get what you pay for. We opted for some DVD's on the beach, "real" Ray Bans, the girls found some accessories to wear, and I found a $4 haircut! (Kel, you wouldn't have approved!)
... day albeit we didn't get a guide but to be honest we didn't need one.
My day in Batad was one of the best outdoor days I have ever had, its a beautiful place and if I come back here I will stay overnight and venture out further. If any travelers are heading to Banaue for the terraces make sure you come here as well its more impressive than the terraces there.
Well that's my time up north nearly at an end but I may return to do the ...
... aren’t willing to commit the same high man hours required to maintain this high-maintenance work. Preferring to work in the towns or cities, it’s leaving many of the rice terraces in the hands of ever-aging older families.
We learned more about the Ifuago people from this lovely guy, with him telling us all about rice farming (a really labour-intensive business, in the extreme!): the amount of hours for planting, weeding, keeping ...