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Despite the fact I knew that Uncle Raffy's holiday home was in the mountains I still didn't envisage it being the huge, steep, rocky and lush green mountains that it was. We ascended up the tight switchbacks to 1450m. The temperature went from 34deg in Plaridel to 24deg in Baguio. Some people wore coats and trousers!
At 1700 Jane's watch beeped, time for medication. We have been taking malaria tablets daily and luckily (touch wood) ...
... to bribe the news people to sit on the top of the van, but they didn’t let me. I ended up placing my left foot on the front passenger side wheel of the news van and my other foot on the driver side front tire and stand during the parade. I was able to see everything.
Even though my legs got sore from standing between the two vehicles so long, it was worth it. There were even times when the people were ...
... El nido, planning to take a boat from here to Coron to dive the world famous wrecks and the 39C water in Barracuda Lake. Unfortunately there was no ferry going to Coron and all the local boats were full, we decided to stay in El Nido before going to Cebu. El Nido was really nice; we explored the area by motorbike, finding some beautiful beaches. Another highlight was renting a kayak for a day and exploring close by islands, being the only people on some of the amazing beaches we ...
... when we had an out of town we go to the mountain to climb to experience a lot of things that makes me enjoy because I really want to experience new challenge to experience in my life and now I have lose my heavy weights and if I will continue this routine I can get what I want body again. This is the great experience that I try not only to get my losing weight it is also about of happiness and enjoying life with my ...
... Thank you" half a dozen times, and settle down into some seats before the bus impatiently moved off. No Jeepney half-cheek grief here: the bus was barely a third full (it would make stops the whole way whenever someone flagged it down on the road).
I glanced at my watch: 6.02am.
"Didn't you say the bus was at 7am?" Rob asked, having caught his breath and stowed his 'Indiana Jones' hat.
"That's what the guy on the phone told me!"
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