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... sa labas ng aming tinutuluyan ay may mga tindang meryenda. Merong palitaw, Ihaw-ihaw, palamig, at kung ano-ano pa na nakakaaliw kainin (Comfort food).
Matapos ang masarap na snacks, nagprepare na kami upang maligo upang marefresh. Napaka lamig ng tubig, parang may yelo, grabe! Kapag ibinuhos mo sa katawan mo, ay magmamanhid ang iyong mga laman, ang tindi.
... got some insider tips about the country which made Lucy and I very excited to be heading there so soon. It ended up getting quite late before we eventually got to bed to sleep and rest having spent a really wonderful time with friends in Banaue. The next morning we were up and breakfasting one last time with that stunning view and unfortunately had to leave our new friends behind so that we could make our way on to a higher point in the mountain province...Sagada. So until then... Paalan Da ...
... Black Nazarene statue that is said to provide miracles. We finished the day off with another visit to the Robinsons Mall, where we had dinner and caught a movie in the evening (Oblivion, which we both enjoyed).
The next morning we relaxed as our flight to Palawan wasn't until later in the afternoon. Eventually, we did jump in a taxi and made our way to the airport through more heavy traffic. We will return to Manila in just over a week's time for our last night's stay in the ...
... As we weaved our way through the labyrinthian maze of earth and water, we encountered villagers who smiled shyly, children who enthusiastically waved, and even one little boy who stoically said "Good evening, sir," to Rob, in a tone and formality you would think was reserved for the most lofty of dignitaries.
Throughout the day, Denver did a good job of explaining to us the complexities of rice farming. Apparently in the Cordillera, planting season is January ...
... why my laptop was different to his, I didn't really have answer for him. Banaue is home to what is described as the 8th wonder of the world. I wikipedied how many other places have unofficial 8th wonder status. There's quite a lot. The actual wonder is the rice terraces. We had people hassling us left right and centre to take us to this and that. We eventually just got a trike up the road we had come down and went out onto a viewpoint.
It is pretty amazing. We got ...