Balai Resort Anilao
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... which was PHP 800 for 4 of us;
The ride ...
... day of sightseeing and shopping in a huge luxury shopping mall, with an ice skating track in between the shops! All the shops that I saw in J-burg SA and Hongkong were here . How crazy and what a contrast with the outside world in Manilla.
This country has it all but the gap between rich and poor is huge.
After 8 weeks in the beautiful and very calm friendly Philipines we take off from Manila airport. Not just the " Time flies " we do as well this time.
... it a shot. It was short stop, then we headed on our way.
We head off to the falls, but have another detour to check out. Ronnie pulls into a rice mill just off the highway. They were kind enough to let us walk though and check out how they mill rice. I follow the process of the rice being de-husked to expose the regular white rice. The rice is then put through a separator to remove any stones that were mixed in. The only thing left I haven't done with rice ...
... adobo ang aming ulam na may kasamang mainit na kape. Naenjoy ko ng bongga ang hapunan. Matapos nito ay nagpahinga narin kami dahil Maaga pa kami kinabukasan upang masaksihan ang Sun Rise sa tuktok ng bundok.
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... lucky for us we had bagged the last 2!
It took about and hour and a half and on the way we stopped off at a view point to see the stunning rice terraces of Banaue, there were a cluster of tourists shops and the use of a toilet at a cafe was most welcome, even if it was 5 peso's!
15 minutes later we arrived at the village. We booked our return bus at the ticket desk. The Banaue-Manila bus is just !!! 10 hours and cost 450 peso's each. Santi and his family ...