Microtel Inn By Wyndham Sto Tomas Batangas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to drive us to Sagada for an extra P2000/$50. He also said that he had a place in Sagada that we can stay at for the same price that we paid in Kabayan. So we took him up on his offer.
For our trip we had a guide with us named Richie, our driver Chad and on our last night another tourist checked in named Aitor from Basque (Spain) and he was also going the same way as us. So we were able to split the cost with him for the trek ...
... was a commander in the Huk. He was let go but then joined as a civilian intelligence for the military. My uncle Elmer also added that there was a reporter that came to the house a year and a half ago to write about Tatay's past, but Tatay was in Canada and couldn't do the interview. My Tatay is so proud of me touring this province of Nueva Vizcaya as it was his station to protect. I can't imagine how he sees this land that he fought so hard to ...
... it was all done by hand. I might take them up on this offer sometime. Maybe they will let me try.
When we get to Beverly's cousins place they hand me a machete to cut the sugar cane. What I didn't know was that the edge of the sugar cane leaves can cut you. So we had to clear a couple of the surrounding leaves. The sugar cane was easy to cut, then you peel it like you would a carrot, then cut it into 3" long rectangles. To eat it ...
... man, itinuloy ko parin ang pagligo dahil napaka rumi ko na at 2 araw na akong hindi nakakaligo.
Ilang sandali pa'y nakahanda na ang aming tanghalian, cowboy style kami sa pagkakataong ito dahil ang ulam namin ay pagkain talaga ng mga umaakyat ng bundok, (ginisang corned beef, tuna and rice).
Wala nang arte arte pa sa katawan, basta kain lang kung gutom na, para ...
... full blast. We both had socks and hoodies on huddled in our sleeping bag liners with a towel across us both to try and keep warm. Everyone on the bus was layered up, was quite funny. We arrived at half seven in the morning and got our heads down for a few hours. When we woke we bumped into an English guy who was on our night bus, he'd trekked up to the top view point and then back to Banaue through the rice terraces. We decided if he can do it so can we, so we got a tricycle ...