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***warning, there will be graphic pictures of rooster fights in this entry, if you don't want to see them I suggest you ignore most of the pictures found in this entry***
I slept in until 7:30am, so I missed seeing the kids off to school. Since Uncle Elmer and Tatay are out of town, Janet offers to make breakfast. I show her the longaniza that I purchased in Dagupan. I take Marlon with me to get some eggs ...
... Baracudas, 2 big GT’s, a hawksbill turtle and a large bumphead parrotfish; at Sargosun a school of big eye trevally, a large grouper and a black frogfish and nothing special at the other site. Apo Island was nice not amazing, but still one of the better days diving I had in the Philippines. I enjoyed diving with Harold’s the service and food was good, dive masters were friendly, helpful and competent and the pricing of dives was better than any of the other ...
... kind souls. As we found out the religion is affecting not only everyday life but also politics. The south of country is however, predominantly Muslim and wants their independence from Christian nation.
Two things among many others are quiet important for Filipinos:
1 – Whatever happens... “so be it” attitude. They say “bahala na” which means that all things shall pass and in the meantime life is to be lived. And not ...
... the trip through the hotel...so we wouldn't have to worry about what permits we had to get. Then we stopped at the Pinatubo Spa Town Restaurant...also a spa where you can take a shower using the natural hot springs water and get a massage...where we could put all our luggage into lockers for safe keeping...we weren't planning to return to the hotel or stay in Dau a second night so we were happy to find out they had a way for us to secure ...
... arrived in Baguio around 2. After a snack of a halo-halo (shaved ice with cream, jellies, ube paste, ube ice cream, red beans, and granola), I visited the Baguio museum. Next, I stopped at the mall to use up a few hours - I saw Puss in Boots in 3D, ate some junk food (the "special" at the cinema is a combo of popcorn, drink, and a donut for a couple dollars) and did some internet. At 11:15, I caught the Express bus back to Manila.
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