We peeled a discarded telephone wire so we could get the thin coated wires we use for gardening.
DH and Renz raided the grotto pond with a "pansalok" to catch tadpoles.
Here's Renz shouting "hello" at the hapless little creatures.
Here are the tadpoles in various stages of development inside a styro cup. Renz learned a lot about growth with this sample.
Here's us spending time at the huge backyard. DH picked atis, guavas and achuetes (annato fruit whose seeds give a natural red dye). Renz and Sandra just gazed at the geese and helped haul off the pickings.
I asked for a machete and later a small backsaw to cut some branches that we brought home for fuel.
DH extracted the seeds from a big pile of achuete fruits. Kapampangan food is visually appealing and one reason for this is because of the use of achuete.
On our last day, I asked for the small and hard pillow which I found so comfortable. Mom even threw in several pillow sheets to take home!