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... to the Great Burmese Bus Egg Puke-athon of 2014 and prayed that the entire bus wouldn't be afflicted like last time. After that delightful experience, I was very relieved we broke the trip up by staying overnight in Baguio, although it is a congested city with not loads to offer (we just visited the big shopping centre before a nice dinner). Accommodation was scarce, so Anna and I booked ourselves into the local YMCA but didn't really get a chance to ...
... and do without a guide. Its pitch black except for the lamps the guides carry. The cave mouths were stacked with old coffins hung from the walls. There were a number that had fallen open in earthquakes so bones were lying around :). It was one of the best things I’ve done on my travels and at such a great price. I was in a bad state though and only went through 80% of the cave system before having to go back up to the surface to sit in the sun and thaw out, whilst the ...
What a different country the Philippines is compared to the rest of South East Asia! It feels really Spanish - almost what we expect South America to be like and instead of monks and temples there are priests and churches. We really like the colourful local buses called 'Jeepneys' and their drivers' take great pride in painting them all individually. We will try and get some more photographs of them during our stay. From Singapore we arrived into Clark ...
... fell off the motorbike. quick check, I was OK, the bike too, Everything was OK. Few scratches on my legs but nothing else..
5 minutes after the accident, while I was still putting myself together, another bike approached the same bend and, guess what? The 2 bikers fell off in exactly the same spot!
Checked that they were OK, then had a laugh about what happened and we left.
After crossing more mountains, the road started ...