Following the direction like a twitter follower
Ganga House (Stone House)
I can even hardly sit
Inside the Ganga House
My guide told me that the Ganga House has been used by the warriors during the great World War as shelter and hiding place. Ok what else?
Ganga Pig Pen
But definitely, this ruin has nothing to do with the great ruins of Angkor Wat, definitely. Still, it is significant because it is an ancient mark, an evidence of prehistoric civilization. The trek continues...
...about to finish the expedition
As we go down the trail, I noticed stone formations that I believe, not naturally-formed. There must be a human intervention for this. Please help me identify which is which through a mid-term exam below in multiple choice form.
Lion head: (a) natural (b) man-made (c) all of the above (d) none applies
Bust-shaped stone __ Bontoc (Fill in the Blank)
(a) of (b) Jeane Napoles (c) 2 ways to loss weight (d) ways to cure bad breathe
Towering pine trees: (a) true (b) false (c) trulse (d) Tapatan with Tonying!
Saying goodbye to Mt. Data: an ambiance of Goodbye :(
I love you, goodbye.
That rock out there, is one of the burial caves.
I have learned a lot from this prehistoric hinterland. I will forever cherish the people I met and the knowledge I acquired. And for Part (8), I'm going to share the best human encounters in Alab Oriente and how they welcomed me with open arms. I miss them. I love them. I sure will be back here :( /to be continued...
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