Lewis Grand Hotel
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... Station , you can ride a trycle from there. ( Negotiable but most of the time , the fare is 150.00 ) better if you have some relatives or friends living there because its really far.
... a hill to watch the sun set behind the mountains. As we walked through the village, everyone would say hello and wave to us - we felt like celebrities. We eventually came across the local Aetas tribe - the original tribal people from this area. We were surrounded by children and adults of all ages, all intrigued as to who we are, asking lots of questions. One of the great things with the Philippines is that they speak such good English, as they learn from primary school. ...
"Palaging Mayo'ng Dahilan Upang Tayo ay Maging Masaya"
"There is always a reason to be happy"
By Romeo Bobby Dela Rosa
(Filmed on Day 77 of the Milman adventure, Plaridel. 13.11.14)
... raft and a rope that was tied to some rocks on one side and disappeared into the waterfall in the other side of the plunge pool. They showed us down and helped us onto the raft. We were very excited about being pulled into the waterfall. The waterfall happened in two stages so the water had about 25m to fall down to where we were. The noise of the water crashing down was immense and we were being pulled towards it. The guys stood pulling the rope through reminded ...
... and cut, the cost, less than a pound each).
Tricycle back to Plaridel and Uncle Raffy's for lunch. Again, we had a yummy feast with deep fried banana and jack fruit for pudding.
We then headed back to Uncle Bobby's office where we played badminton until he arrived. When he came, he played us a few of his songs on the piano while we waited for Raffy. Together, on another tricycle we headed to the construction site of the new school building. David had ...