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... he works in. It was fun to visit a more rural part of Tublay that I had not been to since the early days of my Peace Corps Service. Paul asked that I introduce the Nokero Solar Lights I helped bring to ENCA last year, which I was more then happy to do. It was fun to see the intrigue from the community about the lights that can provide much needed sustainable light to communities here and financial savings from not purchasing kerosene and ...
... to Sagada. The ride was unbelievable rocky and we had to travel slowly.
We visited a few tombs in two major locations. The first was Tinongchol Burial Rock and the other was on Mt. Timbac. It was strange to see how the bodies were preserved inside the coffins. Our guide went inside the tombs and actually opened up the coffins so that we can see inside. My creepiest moment was in our first tomb and we had to climb a ladder to see ...
... br> When I finally get back to the house Rosalie made Adobo and Jennylin made Kangkong for dinner. I place water heaters in a barrel of water then go to the dinner table and inhale the food after the long day. It has been over an hour with the water heaters in the barrel so I decide to wash up. It ends up being the hottest “bathe” session I’ve had in the Philippines, it was even hotter than the hot ...
... was a lazy man's "trek", by the way - they drove us 20 kilometers and we hiked one kilometer to the crater lake), the more barren the landscape became. I tried to order the photos in a way that you can see the progression - the beginning of the drive was pretty green, with plenty of trees, and then it started to look like the freakin moon. All of the mountains and hills in the pictures are actually made of lahar (volcanic ash and rock)- the area was so completely destroyed ...
... over the beach. All of them speak English and they are fantastic surfers as they have been doing nothing else since their childhood. The beach is not long and not really for swimming as the surfers occupy the water almost all day long.
We sleep in the hut with balcony that has an ocean view, only 20 meters from beautiful ocean. We get up and go to bed cuddled by ocean’s singing and its rhythm that makes us slow down. We even breathe ...
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