Busuanga Island Paradise
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... toilet 'tasks' and I found every reason not to use the toilet.
The house we were in was timber and not very well built with lots of gaps between the floor boards which invited various guests into our rooms. I had several cockroaches in the room (on my bed-gulp) and at one point in the night I thought I heard a rat, so I placed my backpack over the largest hole (after making sure the rat wasn't in the room) and went back to sleep without anymore rat sounds. ...
... They are
such an annoying presence everywhere you go even in our hotel room.
*Dont forget to bring water when climbing the trail to Kayangan lake, you would definitely need one.
is always a rule of the thumb to start your day early especially in
places we visited. Waking up early for the trip pays off really well. We
were always the first to arrived hence ...
... only to Mt. Darala. Standing 210 meters above sea level, while its cross is more than 2,000 feet above sea level. Approximately there are 718 man made stairs to test your strength and endurance, with some shaded areas along the climb that we were able to rest our leg muscles and catch our breath. Thankfully there are handrails along the trail to help pull oneself up. Number signs were also indicated in the stairs for you to know how many more steps are ...
... the bus ( Victory Lines). The journey I was sure would take 10 minutes at best, it's only 3 kn from the airport but no our journey started with one taxi driver who told us the fare was 200 peso( we had already asked him to out the meter on which he had), we said' No it's not !' he then dumped us on the side of the road and called another taxi to take us, the fare was 100 peso but only because he drove round and round, we knew where we should be heading and kept telling him he was ...
... Never do that. Then we started hitting uphill which our bike could not handle. So I walked what seemed like forever under a scorching hot sun in my flip flops with nothing in my stomach or water to cool off. Once we started going downhill, the road was so rocky, bumpy and gravel-ly that we took several falls. On one fall I burned my calf against the engine and I had had it at that point!! I was nearly in tears and I just wanted the day to end. We eventually made it back ...