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January 13 is supposed to be trip bound to HK & HK disneyland. Initially,it was, because we planned it November of 2013. But as they say, things can change due to this and that, so surprise! surprise! were now headed to my mama's home province...Taytay, PALAWAN! Not that i've never been there, well, err I've been there when i was 4, so aside from ...
... but it is hard to fathom that these are actually real places that exist in the world. It was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience for us to be in this place together. The whole time we were there we were constantly reminding ourselves to take it all in: the smells of the air, the sounds of the waves on the shore and the leaves rustling in the wind. One day we want to be able to look back and remember it as clearly as it was when we were there. Here's hoping we get our wish.
OH GEEEZUS. Would they please just stop!! I'm so far over being called ma'am (or anything other than my name for that matter), that any time I hear the slightest bit of a hello I feel like I should jump and hide in the nearest bush or store... That's not quite right is it? Oh well, I really do love Palawan, it's stunning. People keep going on about Boracay but a beach with a bar and a million other tourists doesn't really appeal seeing ...
... of bats that live
inside of the caves along with birds and other creatures & creepy crawlies.
Josh sat at the front of the boat and controlled the flashlight so that we were
able to see all of the different stalagmites and stalactites that our tour
guide was pointing out. Steve and I sat in the second row where Steve was lucky
enough to get hit in the head by a bat. Yuck. Today was one of those 'wow'
days. Our tour ...
The trip down from El Nido was one of two halves; the first part being another hair raising journey in a minivan, one who also stringently adhered to Norma’s driving rules from the previous blog. Then changing to a Jeepney in Roxas, we then bounced down a dirt track from the highway to the coast and Port Barton. Interestingly, along the way we gained an insight into typical Palawan life as the Jeepney stopped at various different villages along the road. Each ...