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I woke up early and walked to aerobics class with Maria and Andrew. Luckily there was a breeze which made class more manageable. We returned for breakfast and afterwards had a mid morning nap. After lunch we headed to Barb's family's farm. Her son dropped us off at a bamboo bridge where we crossed by foot and walked up to the farm. He grows mostly corn but has many coconut trees along with various nuts and fruits. We drank fresh young coconut water (buko) and ate the ...
... when the crowds died down and I'd taken a couple of naps we made our way home. Barb and I attempted to find narcolepsy meds to help my jet lag pass but were not successful we will try again with a new list of drug names another day. Saturday: I woke up at 0530 for an exercise class in the square. Maria joined me - I now see why these Asians are so thin within the first minute I was pouring off sweat. It was a great workout and I plan to do ...
... as soon as she started and woke up to all three off my friends looking like Philippine models with their freshly dyed hair and lovely straight cuts. When we returned home it was time for lunch. We ate sea food and I discovered sweet margarine which is essentially coconut margarine with coconut sugar, and sugar cane it tastes like sugar cookie dough and when I put it on those small buns from earlier it was to die for! After lunch we showered and dressed for church. Barb took us to ...
... I went for a walk with the girls through town. We picked up some snacks the best banana chips I've truly ever tasted and walked around. There were children practicing for the upcoming festival little boys carrying xylophones around their neck and playing with the drums while the girls marched/ danced around twirling batons. I took a video but am m excited to see what they look like all dressed up. Then it was bed time, and boy did it ...
... that almost all of them are stating at us, watching us the entire way down. Definitely a weird feeling, and almost a little annoying.. Imagine walking down towards a group of about 150+ people all stating at you the entire time, not saying a word. It's a little weird. So we start climbing on all the inflatable floating things, make our way over to the "Iceberg" and try to unsuccessfully climb it a few times (Chantelle being the only one to actually make it to the ...
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