Caving with Nastya in Sagada

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Woke up , ate a overpriced breakfast at ridgebrook hotel which charged me P100 for 5slices of bread with nothing more when i asked for a few slices of bread to compliment my "American Breakfast" which was pictured with a lot of bread, but only came with 3slices. Since I was with the girls i let that one go just to be polite..

Went caving in Sagada with Nastya. The caves in Sagada is a must see if youre in the Area , or in Philippines itself. The limestone caves are extremely impressive and there are several tours to choose from. From an 2hour tour to longer tours if youre interested. If you want to do the "Cave Connection" be prepared to have water up to your nipples.. We where planning on doing this , but when we was there we decided just to hike upwards again

Getting home from Sagada to Bontoc proved to be an experience.
We was told in Bontoc that the last bus/jeepney to Banue left at 4PM. We hired a private Jeepney (P1500) and told the driver to be there before 4PM. He took us on our word and drove at least twice as fast down as we had been doing up , passing several 4WD's and where the sign said "Check brakes" he just accelerated.. It was a lot of fun, but it took some of the fun out if when the last bus actually went at 3PM and it was all in vain. Well in Bontoc we walked around , ate dinner and at last meet up with Natasha again who had been shopping for handicrafts she was going to sell home in Moscow.

This day we did everything with a little twist. We shared a bottle of RUM and coke! And partied..
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