We are not sure if there's any sort of tourist accommodation in Dupax del Sur. We stayed at Vilma's aunt, Auntie Corazon's for a few days.
She operates a little provision store infront of her house. Her place is very much like a bungalow in Singapore.
There are 2 kitchens - a dry kitchen and a wet kitchen. The dining is in the dry kitchen where she shared with us FANTASTIC tea everyday. :D
On the upper floor, there are 4-5 bedrooms and a big family area which is very cosy.
Vilma showed me “Nokia Walkway” which is actually a connecting back alley to Auntie Corazon’s sister’s house, Auntie Minna. Apparantly, it serves as an emergency exit especially when there any hassler to the house. Surprised if anyone would dare hassle any household nearby as almost every household here is related somehow! Just amazing! Just like Singapore kampong days.
Right at the exit of this "Nokia Walkway", there’s a beautiful mural on the wall done by Auntie Minna’s son who is an art teacher in a college.
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