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Travel Blogs from Dagupan
... ourselves into.
We stopped at two different viewpoints, each of which had a small collection of souvenir shops. The view of the rice terraces from below in the town was amazing, but the view from above was utterly breath taking. The entire valley wound away from us, with the valley sides carved like a mountain-sized wedding cake. At the first viewpoint, Norma and I also found ourselves chatting to a local man partially dressed in his traditional clothes... just a ...
... at night. Add this to the fact that for Asians, the locals are well built, and we didn't really fancy getting out the Jeepney. I reckon they must have a bit of Polynesian blood in them as they were brick **** houses compared to the locals in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Selecting a destination wasn't easy either, as there was no ticket office and you bought tickets on board. Add this to the fact that we knew no buses went direct to our ...
... tired.but i don't give up as long i ddn't reached the water
beautiful 70-meter falls about a 30-minute walk from the village. It's a
great place to go for a swim. To go there without guide, when arriving
from the Saddle head on the opposite side of the rice terraces
amphitheater (trough the rice terraces or down to the village and up to
the promontory). From here go down again with the only path with stairs
to the other ...
... left to do but wait for my plane.
That would be too easy, though, so when I show up at my hotel in Manila at 9 a.m.—after killing time for four hours—they inform me that I can pay an “early check-in charge” or wait until 2 p.m. I tell them I’ll wait, but I’m not happy about it. I wouldn’t mind if there were nothing available, but there is; they have a half-price special rate, too… for locals ...
... 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, ...