Vistamar Beach Resort Hotel
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... a child. No. It was a young woman. Weeping and wailing because she had probably never walked further than to the TV remote in her life and here she was stuck on the Banaue rice terraces. She made such a pathetic scene people (who had started to appear now the sun shone) gathered to first see what this extraordinairy scene could be and then laugh at her, well, sheer patheticness. She was about 18. Most of you reading this know how old Liza and I are. Go us.
... at 19.00. Since we had still all day long, the same tricycle driver offered to take four of us to the Bogyah Hot Spring near Hapao for PHP 600. Since we didnīt have anything to do we decided to accept his offer. He said that we had to walk for maybe some 25 minutes.
He drove us for a little bit more than 1 hour and then we started the walk. It came out as we thought that it wasnīt a 25-minute walk, it was a 50-minute walk instead.
When we arrived we noticed ...
... we felt that we already passed our destination. And we really did miss the rotunda, but only a hundred meters or so. We thanked the driver as we got down and we were again laughing our asses off.
We looked for a local who could tell us where to get the next ride, probably a tricycle ride, down to the lake. We asked the tricycle driver just near from where we were supposed to go down earlier. He told us he can bring us there with, pay of course. He asked P80 ...
... bed I was ready for bed, not just because of the hike but because of the lack of sleep on the journey to Banaue. Tim also fell asleep after his shower but woke up about 7 to go and get some food. We were planning on leaving Banaue the following day to head for Sagada but we decided to stay an extra day and see some more of Banaue's surrounding areas. We hired another tricycle driver out for the day. He took us to some more rice terraces where he promised ...
... except no one was really sure if this was Manila. It was just the side of a road in the dark and could have been anywhere. On realising no one was budging, the driver got back on the bus and cheerily said’ Welcome to Manila!’
Once off the bus the frenzy began, all the taxi drivers doing their best to rip off as many tourists a they could! We were told it was 400 peso to the airport. We disagreed, no too expensive and eventually managed to find a driver who ...