Bambua Nature Cottages
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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99;х мы были, покры
95;еским& #1080; леса, и они очень живоп
Одной из основ ...
... at kainin mamaya para sa dinner?”She bought those that are in the baskets and told us that she’ll just have the others bought by her staff later.
We later learned that there is no market in Port Barton. Fish, pork, chicken, fruits and vegetables are being sold on-foot or in front of their houses. They can have pork only 2 times a week as slaughtering of pig is being done only every Tuesday and Friday (if ...
... nicer, well maintained ones. As we walked into the lobby, soaking wet, a large pig came up to greet us, sniffing and checking us out with 5-6 dogs following behind like they were following their commander.
Yes, the Philippines is a casual place. The pig it turns out "Babe" is the owners wife pet. She loves that pig! The workers tell us, she's like family. Why not.. As long as they keep that pink collar on her to make sure she stands out. Theres a lot of pork on the menus ...
... we've seen and done. I've wanted to do this trip for so many years, and when Ollie and I started dating four years ago, it became his dream too. Now that we've almost finished it, I can honestly say that it has exceeded all of my hopes, thanks to Ollie.
That night, with palm trees swaying under a full moon, my best friend in the world, Ollie, asked me a very important question. And I said yes.
And so begins our next big adventure.
Next stop: El Nido!
... baby crocodile, and it was amazing how soft his skin was. His belly was smooth and butter-like, and his claws were so delicate, even when gripping a little more firmly on your arm than you'd like. We spent about 40 minutes walking around the rest of the parks we saw a very unique animal called a bearcat (still not sure which animal it is more closely related to), we heard the beautiful and almost hypnotizing sounds of different birds, and walked through an actual jungle ...