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... be back, I would get to see her, hug her, say proper goodbyes when
the time came. Arriane arrived that
afternoon, head hung low. Why did she do
it? Because she is young, took the
opportunity, wanted to see her friends, her boyfriend…Regardless, she is back
and safe. The ‘Tita Monique’ the still
sits next to my computer and every morning Arriane is the first to run to the
gate to meet me. I’m ...
... incredible coral, but the highlights were the giant turtle, giant clams and sea snake!! From there I signed for my PADI cert...Rubber arm Mon! In keeping up with the YOLO theme, Maddie and I also went para sailing - it was awesome!! Loved it. PG, very relaxed, gets the tick!
Rice Terraces Weekend 5:
When it comes to weekend getaways, the words 'can't' and 'impossible' simply do not feature in Maddie and my vocabulary. As such, ...
... I was just truly in love. This little person so dependent...so little and beautiful. So far, I plan to adopt an African baby and now a Filipino... Really there is nothing to do in QC, hence all the travelling. But rest assured...the times I am here, I will be going to check on Angelo :) I hope I have gone some way to answering some of the questions I have had on day to day life here. Next blog is my street slum visit and Boracay!! Stay tuned. Love to you all, stay sexy Mon ...
... s "Saddle", puffing my way up this insane climb. At the final hurdle, the option to take a longcut (500 metres ascent ) or a shortcut (412 steps) almost had me burst out in tears. I grinned bitterly and braved the steps. A cool fresh coconut juice at the "Saddle" was a lifesaver. At 400 pm, we officially completed our trek. Took the 4WD jeepney down to the junction where we transferred to Justin's tricycle back to Banaue. Mission accomplished although with alot of mental whining! ...
... Sanafe, which had
a lovely balcony restaurant overlooking the terraces, before getting back on
the night bus to Manila. We then had a bleary-eyed few hours wandering around a
shopping mall like zombies waiting for our overnight flight to the next
destination, Australia. It was very sad
to leave Niel, but were buoyed by the fact that waiting for us at Brisbane
airport the following day would be Sarah’s dad, who was joining us for the next
stage of our ...