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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... sore throats? Dengue fever? **** off. We're harder than that.
So yeah, this traffic is all over the place. Buses, jeepneys (more of those later), tuk-tuks, cars, motor bikes, mini vans, pedestrians, all taking their lives in their own hands. Particularly the pedestrians. Above the road lay several badly hung electricity cables, ready to fall at any minute. The sort monkeys use for highways. A firecracker has just gone off or it could be a vehicle backfiring, a ...
... lettering. This was but the start of cheap and tacky. Though as it turned out, Governors Island was by far the best. It had a 586 metre zip wire connecting it to the next island, all obviously high over the sea. And of course we had to do it and have the photographs to prove it. The view was amazing. Even without the zip wire the view was amazing from Governors island. Like I said, it turned out to be the best bit of the day and the islands by far.
... was close by the hotel and the town wasnt very big so getting around wasnt hard.
We were advised upon arrival that the best place to see the rice terraces was in a town called Batad. Its a short ride outside of town but a hard trek for a few hrs. We were advised not to do it because of the kids. So we opted for another trip with a guide to a native village, Hapao ...
... not up early because I had to be up that early, I was up because the roosters and dogs get up at this time and are very good at announcing their presence. My day began at 7am. I spent the better part of 7 hours on a tricycle riding between Banaue Rice Terraces, Bangaan Rice Terraces and then on to Hapao Rice Terraces. I've attached a video of the roads just so you can see how glorious ...
... the day's doughnuts, I decided that I would begin making my way to the airport even though my flight wasn't for another 9 hours. Clark airport used to be a US military base until recently, so the public transport links to it aren't great. Most tourists end up paying much more money to use private minibuses or tricycles because it's by far the easiest way. With so much time, however, and not many pesos left, I decided that I would take the cheaper option and ...