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... no development on it. This day was quite remarkable as we were planning a rainy day due to the forecast, however, it turned out to have slight overcast with sunny breaks. Day 3 (Inland Tour)- With the use of scooters again, we decided to see a bit more of the north area of El Nido. Some of the roads we hit were quite rough and dusty, but very scenic. We ended up passing through a small village where the locals were playing pool. Not the North American version where there is marble ...
... might have to spend time with them. Finer servants of God are not to be found. One interesting item regarding many international destinations is that when you fly out of the airport, you are required to pay a "terminal fee." While only a small amount here, 200 Philippine pesos (about $5.00 USD), you cannot get on a plane without paying the terminal fee. After I thought about it, I think they could come up with a ...
... time and separate to do our own things. I check out a couple things but it is filled with many brand name stores that I can see in Vancouver, plus the costs are comparable to Canada. I check out the Colgate promo since there is a celebrity there. I have no clue who it is, then keep wandering around until I see a kick boxing event going on. The sun was starting to set so I head outside to watch the sunset into the ocean ...
... trying to get me connected. His wife Annabel and their son all live with Uncle Boy and Auntie Eli. Needless to say, it was a crowded house, but everyone is so nice (even if they don't speak LOL). I later learned that the two younger cousins are ridiculously shy, so it wasn't me. They smiled and laughed continuously after I ran out of the outdoor shower multiple times due to SPIDERS THE SIZE OF MY HAND. UGH!
I got to see two schools while there, and ...
... dad, br other and sister plus a young brother and sister too. The room of donated clothes parcels is full to bursting and its all quite overwhelming, we fold and sort and rip open parcels firstly laying out in sex and age and we have some people doing the picking and making up the parcels, its all very full on, extremely hot and tiring in the building, and I'm glad of our breaks.
I'm working with Filipinos who have come from further south of ...
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