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... three of us head to Bayombong's capitol park. My uncle and Arnold tell me stories and reminisce of the days when they were single, but they kept reminding me that Uncle Roy was the more successful one. Uncle Roy!?!?!? really? I exclaimed, "yes" they replied. I'll leave it at that and I'll have to bug uncle Roy to tell me stories when auntie Daisy isn't in earshot.
We head over to the night market to grab some food, for ...
... the bar to play drinking games. Even the walk to the local restaurant was knackering. All in all our trip to the northern part of the Philippines has been brilliant so far, the Batad rice terraces are amazing and have been made a UNESCO world heritage site. Met some good people also which made the trip better, and we've lost about a stone each. We've just arrived back to Banaue where we are going to spend the night before heading to Sagada tomorrow morning. Until next time ta ...
... No explanation with the guest house, think Bob Marley with a Philippino French twist. Day finished with an apple San Miguel and BBQ fish with spuds!
Bohol- Tuesday 23rd April
Axel woke up, you've guessed it, early but left sleepy me in bed and was a very good boy and got loads sorted! A motorbike was waiting alongside some sunscreen to put on our pasty skin. Off we went in Axel's grandpa style driving, never over 50km/hr. Cool. First top tarsiers! All 3 of ...
... got myself a guide Jerry and we tricycled to a nearer village Kinakin.
Most hikers would do the original route Batad-Cambulo-Kinakin in 2 days. We did the insane within a day in reversed route. The two main ascents at the start and the end were the main killers. The shortcut sharp descend around Cambulo village hurt my feet so much that I almost gave up in tears or sweat or whatever was flowing down my face. The locals say that Batad's majestic views can only ...
... that the cave connection, which
linked two of the main caves together, was a good option, so Neil and I decided
to give it a go while Sarah, for whom squeezing through small spaces is a form
of hell, happily pottered around town.
We had expected caving to be a bit tricky, maybe one of two
tightish squeezes and a bit slippery underfoot here and there. If only it had
been that simple! A tiny hole which we had to back down feet first, with no
view of where ...