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Batad had been ruled out late the previous afternoon when we had walked back into the village from Randys guest house in order to get some dinner. It only involved a five minute walk but it was steeply uphill and we both barely managed it, suffering as we were from our morning excursion up the mountain. Liza's hip + my groin multiplied by at least 12 times severity to equal Batad meant there was no way we could risk going there. Batad is a rice terrace ...
... Here they are: jackfruit, mango, bananas, tapioca, sweetened garbanzo and mung beans, milk flan, sweet coconut, purple yam, agar agar, sweetened rice, cream corn, vanilla ice cream, evaporated milk and very importantly crushed ice. I got 6 correct since she wouldn't count "some kind of bean" as correct. Oh well it was really good and definitely unusual and the cheesecake that we had with it was nearly as good as the ones I used to make and sell back in the 'Nati.
A bit ...
... nice gesture.
The band started playing an
hour before our ship started moving. We were already quite a distant
when I looked back and people were still waving at us. On our
starboard side was the beautiful sun setting with Corregidor Island
in the background. What an unforgettable setting!
L'Oreal waterprrof mascara
and dark sunglasses, super priceless!
... CURSIVE. What's up with us America? Most of our adults can't even do that these days! Anyway, I told them that I wanted to come back before I left the country, but alas, I was unable to fulfill that promise. I hope that I can go back again before I leave this side of the world though and do something more than terrify them with my presence!
After that, Uncle Andy borrowed a car to take my mom and I to Zambales and Santa Cruz, the northern most part of the ...
... Park which turned out to be a terminus to the east of the city. The bus passed The Brent International school and the city's botanical gardens as it wound up a steep hill towards the park. On arrival, as I expected there was a commercial feel to the area with every inch taken up by stalls and shops trying to extract money from the tourists which seemed to come from Asia and beyond . I walked to The Good Shepherd Convent where there were some nice ...