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... involved in making jewelry and the art behind, and creating a brand in such a land and the challenges that blanket the eye.
I now work with Made and his family now neighbors in sourcing the materials for the earing’s, working closely on quality control, playing with the children in the village, and gaining an even stronger connection to the island of Bali and its culture. These people are surrounded by wealth through the ...
... was immense with warnings not to take photo's. At one the entrances a white utility was parked on the pavement, a soldier with fatigues was sitting holding a camouflaged free standing machine gun. His presence ensured you will not find any such photo's in this blog! We walked to the of the proscribed Bay Walk, turned left and returned towards the north by an inland route, which took us through the more seedy side of Manila. We saw all manner ...
... laid back feeling and overall vibe was so special here. For about $80 a night we had our toes in the sand from the moment we walked down our steps from our beach bungalow and throughout the day. We ate our meals on the beach...fresh fish, coconuts, juices. Live music at our tiki bar each night and the prettiest blue sea as the backdrop for our wonderful week.
What attracted us to Bohol was the opportunity to see more of the nature and countryside ...
... said than done! Our taxi driver kept claiming he didn't know where it was even though it was only about 3km away. He was going round in circles and started heading south instead of north. Dave told to stop going the wrong way and asked him if he should drive as he knew the way and was a better driver. Taxi drivers in Manila are also very bad drivers. They are reactive, not proactive. They don't see people running across the road or cars pulling out infront ...
Spent a couple of days in Bangkok at a really nice hotel (using the last of our hotel points) before flying most of the way home today. We took the train to the airport early this morning and caught the first leg (3.5 hrs flight) of the way home from Bangkok to Manila for a 3 hours layover. Then the longest flight we've ever been on, and I can honestly say the most uncomfortable flight we've ever experienced, the 12 ...