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... the irrigation walkway that was even thinner than the path heading up. A little bit hairy at times with the advice being, "if you fall, just make sure you fall to your left otherwise you will break a leg"! On the left we were at the same level as the rice field, but on the right the wall that contained the water for that rice field dropped away some 5 metres and it didn't look like a comfortable landing! A really impressive and beautiful walk back down the hillside and ...
... in, we walked to a mall called Robinsons, which was half way back to our hotel. Walking around there, it didn't take us long to get lost in the vastness of the mall. We stopped at Starbucks and enjoyed a Chai Tea Latte, with which I felt only slightly worse about that than the McDonalds earlier in the day. Midday came about slowly and so we headed back to our hotel to get our room.
The room still took a further hour to clean and so we enjoyed taking the opportunity to make ...
... atop the jeepney to retrieve his. When Rob puts on a sweater, you know it's REALLY chilly!
Thankfully this jeepney wasn't stuffed to the gills, so we needn't exert any extraordinary efforts with our gluteus maximus. We had 17 inside the jeepney and 4 up above. I find it very amazing that young men would always get out and let women / elderly / children into the jeepney, and automatically scramble up the roof of these ...
... they loved it before but it wasn't until we woke up at 8am to go get a jeepney to Banaue did I realise that they do it morning (after)noon and night, and you can always hear it.
This is all by the by and has no doubt extended the length of this entry already beyond the astronomical length it will end up being. **** it I can proof read all this **** when I'm sat waiting for my sister to come off the computer in 8 weeks time.
We didn't have a clear idea of the jeepney ...
... Kong, a French from Bordeaux and the other Vietnamese but grew in Los Angeles and then two more local friendly guides, young boys colleagues of Ephrem.
We sang and played guitar in a circle around a bonfire and we had a great time. I was in the mood, thanks to the rice wine and betel nut, and I held forth with my funny stories and having fun doing the silly present.Dizionario
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