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Adventure TravelsThere is also another alternative if you are coming from Naga City. This is what I did. Throughout weekends, PNR train has a trip from Naga City to Ligao City. It’s about 1 hour and 45 minutes train ride for only 45 pesos. This is the cheapest way to travel due to the fact it is a lot less expensive and faster than riding a bus. Nonetheless, the train coach are non-aircondtioned. And then from Ligao City PNR station, ride a pedicab and inform the driver to bring you to the jeepney terminal for Tabaco-bound jeepneys. This is close to the Novo store. Or if you want to have some exercising, you can also walk from Ligao PNR station to the jeepney terminal. It is just a 5 to ten minutes’ walk. The fare for the jeepney from Ligao City to Tabaco City is 42 pesos and the travel time is about an hour. And then from Tabaco City, Busay falls is about 15 minutes tricycle ride.

Morning was cool, and grey when I woke early. Fog filled the narrow valley of the river! I went back to bed with a Dick Francis novel and fell back asleep. The campers got on the river a little just before I did, but I caught up to them a small above the Bleriot Ferry. There’s a wonderful sign on the river so that paddlers will know the ferry is ahead! Here’s a map of my fourth day’s travels displaying that I passed the Bleriot Ferry, and arrived in Drumheller that afternoon.

Thursday, Oct. 19th I woke up a couple of occasions by way of the early morning hours but only due to the fact I could hear Bill coughing. I really feel horrible when he is sick and actually he is not complaining about it all! Huh! I consider he is attempting to ignore it as significantly as possible so it goes away. We slept in even though until right after 7 so that was a very good night’s rest.

I’m also leaving for tour in a few days-and in case you didn’t see this on my social media, French Readers, I will be heading to Paris for Salon de Montreuil at the end of November! I’m still waiting for the schedule of my signing and speaking occasions at the festival-and I guarantee I will share as soon as I know it. But in the meantime, mark your calendar for November 29-December 4. And all of you can click Right here for a list of my confirmed NIGHTFALL events.

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