Brackish Pool

We had to walk up almost 300 steps then down another almost 300 steps to get to this brackish pond. It was a nice change from the salty ocean water. It was peak season so we shared the pool with a couple hundred of our closest friends. The water was crystal clear the twenty feet…

Busuanga Resort Room

After an entire week in the quaint, non-touristic town of Abuyog, we moved to Coron at the North end of the Palawan island grouping. We stayed in this fairly large room at the peaceful resort called Busuanga Island Paradise. When we arrived, we were informed it had been raining every day from 01 June through…

The Dancing Bridge

On my previous two trips, we had to ferry our motorput across the river. Not anymore. A bridge was built to facilitate the movement from one side to the other. I wonder how much it hurt the ferryman’s income. The bridge sways when walking so Uncle dubbed it the dancing bridge. It is much more…

The Big Equi

In the guidebooks, the big red X (Equi) is listed as a popular tourist attraction. We crossed into Juarez further to the West so did not get to see the Big Red Equi. At the end of the day, we took a leisurely drive up a mountain to the North and West of El Paso…

The Pink Bench

Along the lonely road to Heuco Tanks, we happened upon this pink bench. I was going to say discovered but it is not possible to discover something someone else already knew about or to discover a land already inhabited. If the land is already inhabited, anyone new dropping by is either a visitor or an…

Heart jrz

This sign was at the intersection of the main border crossing street and the Juarez town square which, of course, was home to a church. I must say I did not love Juarez. I always felt uneasy like danger was lurking around every corner. Especially, when I saw Policia carrying machine guns while patrolling the…