P&M Final Option Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... nice ending of this really exhausting day . If you did some walking before or are in decend shape a must do this trip .
The other days we spend in Sagada but not much to do there and the weather kept us inside with hot chocolate and a sweather! 7 weeks we did sweat in 40 Celcius and now this Dutch climate, jekkie :( !
There are caves to visit with hanging coffins , there way of a cemetary ,interesting but a bit to slippery for my knee.
... up the metal scraps. No gloves, no bags, and just basic flip flops and play clothes. I was astonished at the lack of safety and the fact they were never told to do it, they new it was their chore.After Ronnie's sidecar gets fitted to his bike, they disconnect it to keep working on the sidecar, but we take off as it won't be ready until later this week.
We go back to Tatay's where Uncle Louie and his old friend Arnold are, ...
... we agreed that we would walk the last 5km or so as it wouldn't be able to make it up the last bit. After we set off, however, we realised that both tricycles and jeepeneys could indeed make it up to the top but they just didn't want to take us! Anyway, we began the 5km trek to the top and being the first time I'd had to carry both of my bags I immediately realised they were way too heavy! It was also 35c by this point so I was sweating nicely by the time we reached ...
... this time Cebu to Legaspi (in the Bicol region of Luzon). Home of Mount Mayon, dubbed the worlds most perfect volcano and soaring 2462m above the city. To see the sights we hired a tricycle. First stop Casgawa ruins, the remaining stone belfry of a church left from an old eruption. People took refuge in there during an eruption but unfortunately all perished. After plucking some green mangos from a nearby tree (using the height of the tricycle, the driver, lifted his ...
... by hikers willing to put in the sweat and tears...This I totally agree!
Here's the recap - Fueling at 7 am with a hearty breakfast of rice, fried eggs and 2 hotdogs - your typical filipino Silog breakfast. Tricycle drop off point at Kinakin village by 8 am and started the steep ascent for one hour. Not much of a view to speak of but at least the route was on concrete. The views changed dramatically once we trekked around the face of ...