Microtel Inn By Wyndham Sto Tomas Batangas
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... after about 15 minutes we realised there actually wasn't that much to explore so we asked the tourist information if it was possible to do the walk without a guide- his response was why not, you can try! So we did! We walked first to a village just by banaue, the people there all lived in the ifuago huts, it felt strange basically walking through their garden I guess, everyone is all so friendly though and pointed us in the right direction showing us where the ...
... would be used for. On that note we should also say that our tour guide was one of the Filipino natives and he wasn’t really a guide – more someone
that was immense at walking in flip flops, on uneven terrain, that we had to try and keep up with.
For the most part the rest of the walk up was without incident. Except for David needing a poo. When he asked, at the start of the journey, where the toilet was, he was told everywhere. So he duly took note ...
... other again in Santiago or Buenos Aires, most likely itīs just a matter of time.
Day 5: September 3, 2014
Tez and I had this extra day in Banaue since our flight was departing after the one of Fede and Maia. Hence, we decided to have an administrative day and do all kinds of internet stuff as we hadnīt been online for a while. We checked out at 12.00 and then until 18.00 just stayed in the hotel lobby using internet until it was time for us to take the night ...
... top. It was bloody hard work though. Tim was a little bit behind me because he had hurt his knee on a previous trip. When we both finally made it to the top we had a quick drink with all the other people who had made it, before heading back to our hostel to get some food. Our driver dropped us off at the hostel and we went to our room to freshen up and go out for some food. That didn't happen. I collapsed on my bed and fell asleep. I think as soon as I ...
... was very unusual. We decided to visit the local museum just a few minutes walk up in the village up a very steep hill. On arrival the doors were closed. We knocked at the guesthouse next door and they had the key so we did get to have a look round. It’s a fascinating look at the local tribe, the Ifugao, of how they lived. It was just 50 peso to enter. (About 80 pence).
Back at the guesthouse after a shower and change we had our last meal there, slightly better ...