Azienda Meo Apartelle
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... terrain with incredible trees (90% planted). There are trails, playing fields, a hydroponic garden, herb and flower gardens. A walk in caged live butterfly sanctuary and a number of colorful birds line a lovely walk in a small family friendly zoo. There are many rustic camping areas in Eden along with a large swimming pool and available zip lines.
After stopping at a roadside fruit stand where we tried mangastines ...
... 40 years.
I was very happy to get to know Ed Macaraeg's sons Daniel and Richard. I had known of them, but not really personally acquainted. Today we had the wonderful experience of talking, laughing and bonding. Daniel was just married last October and it was a double wedding right here on the Girl Scout facility.
As usual I take a lot of pictures, but, I'm noticing the photos being blurry with ...
... by Chell's brother Rudolf , who did not speak much, I thought might be because he had to get up so early in the morning...
once we reached home and met the other members of the family, Mae (Chell's mom), Den/Ken/Eric (Chell's cousins), Mark/Michael (Rudolf's friends), Ann (Chell's friend) and Grace (Chell's house maid)... an awkward silence due to choppy english communication and shyness ... finally broken and lightened by the pasalubong filipino culture (souvenirs) ...
... the distance ahead, giving you the impression this road will never end.
Just about halfway between Polomolok and Tupi various family owned road side work sites are situated along the highway; local craftsmen are working tirelessly from dawn to dusk, to produce the illustrative and unique Bahay Kubo. This rustic ancestral home is very popular as recreational hut in private gardens and holiday resorts. At the same spot bamboo furniture and other items made ...
... of structural adjustment, the effective rate of protection for
manufacturing provided by tariffs was pushed down from 44 to 20 per cent,
causing multiple bankruptcies and massive job losses—in short,
deindustrialization. The list of industrial casualties included paper products,
textiles, ceramics, rubber products, furniture ...