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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... by trees. This trail would soon become the road as they used dynamite to blow out the cliffs on the one side to widen it. The rice terraces were different here, they were made from stone and built in an amphitheatre shape, we were eager to get walking and start exploring. It was apparent straight away that this walk was going to be harder, the steps were much steeper, the walls much higher and the pathways along the walls were loose stone. It was a totally ...
... but did involve us rolling our ankles several times.
We made our way back down much quicker, in an hour and a half and we were quickly on our way in the 4x4. This however, was not without incident and part way through the journey a squealing noise started coming from one of the wheels. This was of greater concern as recovery or walking from that point would’ve taken many hours. Luckily the driver decided the issue was minor and we made our way towards ...
... painfully slow once again: 350km in 10 hours...) departing at 9pm and arrived this morning in Banaue. We were told we could join the 8.30 am group for a day trek and so we decided that it would be a great idea to do so. We took an hour to find a hotel and have breakfast (banana porridge, yum!) and off we went with a group of ...
... or joint is massaged.
Uncle and I have separate rooms, but only separated by a white sheet. It's good that my uncle is there as he translates almost everything that masseuses tell me. They tell me to undress but to leave my underwear on and place a white sheet over me. The lady comes back into the room and says "excuse me" as she pulls down the sheet and tucks it under my underwear, but she proceeds to ...
... serif; line-height: normal;">We purchased a 25kg bag of rice for 1500 pesos, that's about $37.50 Canadian, which is roughly the same in Canada. Tricky part is a cashier or labourer's rough daily salary is 200-400 pesos before taxes and dues have been taken off the pay cheque. It puts a perspective of how money is around here, not to mention the pictures I post.