Native Village Inn & Restaurant
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... amazes me how hard they work under the boiling sun. Yesterday was spent on quite an unpleasant seven hour bus ride to the city of Baguio. The journey involved almost all twisty mountain roads and I was quite green a couple hours in. As I watched the money collector (he also appeared to be the DJ, child carrier and information centre), race to the back of the bus with red plastic bags and toilet paper (there was no bus toilet), I had a ...
... his contact information in France, so if I visit there I can contact him and he said stay with him as he shows me around southern France.
The road passes through some small villages until it reaches the highest point on the road, Mount Polis. Then it starts the downward ride, which is even more exciting!
The scenery kept us all alert, it was so awesome, viewed from the rooftop.
THE NEXT ENTRY WILL BE PHOTOS OF THE TRICKED OUT TRIKES IN BONTOC.
... should have known better than trying to push through. I could barely walk as we walked the km to the cave. Every step hurt and I could only hobble. I was an embarrassing sight! Id taken the last of my cold and flu tablets and was hoping Id feel better once it had kicked in.
The caving was absolutely fantastic and cost about $10 for the 3-4 hour journey through the cave system. The guides even got lost at times and had to work out which way to go. Definitely not something ...
... to the Lonely Planet, Sagada is the closest thing the Philippines has to a Southeast Asian backpacker mecca. This tranquil mountain town gets packed with travellers at times, although it wasn't when we were there. One of the attractions is the widespread availability of cheap local pot (heard about it, did not see or experience it). Beyond this, though, Sagada is a gateway to outdoor activities like trekking, spelunking, rock climbing, and whitewater rafting, among other ...
... through pleasant rural settings before going up the hills, towards Baguio, where I spent the night.
The following morning I started early, made me way onto the Helsema Highway going up the mountains. It was a nice mountain drive
passing the highest point of the Philippines Highways at over 2000m above sea
As it had been raining those days, the road was a bit wet . As I drove down one of the hills, at a sharp ...