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... guide Henry mentioned that he lived on a farm and if we had time would take us to ride the carabao. We weren't too sure what he meant, but when he said he would pick us up a bit later we didn't refuse, thinking it would be nice to spend some time with a local, and see a local farm. He rocked up in a tricycle for us to jump into, and about 5 mins up the road we arrived at the 'farm'. They harvested tomatoes, and had a patch of land, some carabao, and a bamboo hut to keep watch. He had ...
"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)
... levels of advancement. Slum areas one second, large modern hotels the next. One thing that tickled me is that one of the biggest tv stars here is an 8 year old chubby girl called Ryzza who won Little Miss Philippines two years ago. She is on advertising posters all over the place.
The green man here is animated. He walks, but then gets faster when the lights are ready to change until he is sprinting to highlight the sense of urgency.
We passed a line ...
What a good sleep, we must have worked ******* our walk. The new house we were staying in was lovely. It was clean, spacious and we had a fridge full of beer. The only issue seemed to be the toilet. I went for a wee and the loo became blocked, David managed to sort it. Yesterday, the problems started with the water not refilling.
I got changed and came out to find David and Ravi discussing something looking out over the goats in the field. David then ...