Philippines 2010 Day 8
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Today we drove up the east side of Cebu Province to Bantayan island, where my mother in law's private school is.
Fiesta Time in Consolacion
Ninoy's Cyber Cafe
Compostela, Cebu, Philippines
I've been told that along the east side of Cebu, the Japanese tried to build a railroad during their occupation here in world war II to haul fish south for the troops from the fertile fishing waters up north. The grade for the never completed railroad can be seen on the shoreline.
The bus station, where busses stop to let their passengers get out and eat, is called, ironically, the North Pole.
Venders at the North Pole Hillside
Sugar Cane Fields
Fishing boats at Hagnaya
Town of Bantayan, on Bantayan Island, Cebu, Philippines
We stopped at the bakeshop for bread before arriving at the school
Finally... I have my handy dandy google calender with all the upcoming events in the area and beyond...
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