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Once we had arrived in Manila we headed straight for the bus terminal to get our tickets for the ride to Banaue in the Cordilleras region of Luzon. The few hours till our night bus left were killed in a nearby shopping center. The amount of people frequenting the mall was just mind blowing – even when compared to shopping crazy Singapore.
The 330 km ride took a long nine hours in a rather chilly bus and so we were quite happy once we ...
... stone at this location; and planted a little earlier, so much greener than the Banaue rice terraces. Our guideJeremiah led us on a trek thoughout the Hungduan rice terraces; walking on the tall rice terrace walls; it was real fun.The rice terraces change with every angle. Its nice to see them so green; as most of the terraces wont be green until March or April. Also saw a filipino deer with antlers.
Well finally here after a long overnight bus ride.
I decided to stay at the Banaui View Inn beside the bus station. Dorms go for w300/night.
I met Maridina in the place. We took a tricycle to the junction for w720. That is the cheapest way to travel to the rice terraces in Batad. It is a one hour of very bumpy road. We got there around 11am.
We hiked up from ...
... ikot muna sa lugar bago lumakad.
Sa aming paglalakad, nakakita kami ng maliit na karenderia at mura pa! Kaya naman doon na kami bumili ng makakain para sa aming tanghalian. FiIlipino food din naman ang inihahain nila, kaya't wala namang naging problema samina ng pagkain doon.
Pagkatapos ng tanghalian, nagikot ikot muna ...
... 8216;international community’? Community used to be unique and exclusive, signifying a small and important bond, a place where ‘everybody knows your name’ and everybody genuinely helps each other. But the 'Western' uses of the word implies a community of literally millions of people…Have we forgotten what it means to be part of a community?
I am pleased to see that here in the Philippines, ...