Egi Albergo Di Ferroca Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in the ocean and buy some fish from the Dagupan fish market however, we hit a snag along the way. Our passenger side wheel bearing is leaking oil so we find a mechanic in Bobonan along the McArthur highway. The Barangay (aka. township) is as big as Murillo. I'm a bit nervous since we are in a small town only 200 kms from Manila. The mechanic diagnoses the problem of the loose bearings component and we buy the bearing from a shop a couple ...
... bitbit. Pero if you want more convinience, maaaaring kumuha ka ng Porters (taga bitbit ng gamit mo) patungong bundok.
Ready to go na! Sabi nila, it will take us 2-3 hours of walking papuntang camp site at 1 more hour going to Summit.
May four major Trails daw papuntang Peak ng Mt. Pulag, namely, Ambangeg trail, Akiki ...
... arrived and it was only the following morning when we slept in past 9am (it was still dark) that we realised the window looked out onto an interior wall so no natural light. Still our little cave room was ok, just 2 nights stay.
We had breakfast, the choice was American or Filippino Breakfast, we chose American and wished we hadn’t! It wasn’t great and I didn’t eat it, so maybe the Filippino breakfast next time!
Walking boots on we set off to explore ...
... go searching for a grave site. What an amazing sight...all the graves are above ground. Bodies are buried in concrete coffins, sometime stacked three high, with the coffins of recent dead being placed on top of the coffins of earlier generations of the same family. Weeds are growing all over. A cow (literally) is 'mowing' the ground. Some of the coffins are partially caved in, affording an unpleasant look inside. We find the site of the family grave, but could not find the ...
... and a new
fashion trend is born.
There was just one other group of people at this shore, Koreans working on a travel video promoting the Philippines as a vacation destination. We had to pay extra for the trip across the lake but, it was worth the price to get away from the rest of the crowd of mostly Filipinos students and get some great pictures and video of the entire crater. The water was pretty hot in spots but the whole lake was ...