Ocean Breeze Inn Boracay
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... taking care of their little brothers and sister younger than them. I was also fortunate to meet a little boy name TJ who made my heart melt. If any of you know me, you guys know how much I adore kids and have a strong passion for them! He was only 1yr and 8mo, even though I didn't speak his language, it was amazing how much I knew what he wanted just by his body language. He was the ...
... day albeit we didn't get a guide but to be honest we didn't need one.
My day in Batad was one of the best outdoor days I have ever had, its a beautiful place and if I come back here I will stay overnight and venture out further. If any travelers are heading to Banaue for the terraces make sure you come here as well its more impressive than the terraces there.
Well that's my time up north nearly at an end but I may return to do the ...
... aren’t willing to commit the same high man hours required to maintain this high-maintenance work. Preferring to work in the towns or cities, it’s leaving many of the rice terraces in the hands of ever-aging older families.
We learned more about the Ifuago people from this lovely guy, with him telling us all about rice farming (a really labour-intensive business, in the extreme!): the amount of hours for planting, weeding, keeping ...
... everything we wanted while we looked on. The wet market, lacked tuna, my one treat, and in the whole time there i only saw it once, although i am told i was going at the wrong times.... Jelas meat shop just across from the wet market, ha a wide range of fresh meat, however it gets the worst of the days sun, and the staf make no efforts to protest the meat displayed in the window. Needless ...
... sweet, i love my little X. Escalante is similar to many filipino towns in set up, public market in the centre, sari sari and stores all around. I wandered aimlessly around the market, and stores, much to the amusement of all the staff, whom acted as if they had never seen a western guy. And when ever i chatted or tried to ask questions most staff male and female, simply giggled and run off. I went to an eatery, and asked what some of the cakes were, but the girl ...