DDD Habitat Survival Guide
- Short walk to DDD Habitat
- Inside the house and its surroundings
- The Mobile Network
- The Food, the Drinks and the Stores
- The Night
- Going around Lorega
- DDD Habitat Contact Numbers
- How to get there
- How to get out of there
- Would I recommend it?
This is the first part of my 2 part write-up about DDD Habitat Inc. Please wait for the second part as I’m still writing it.
The goal of this travel was to escape from the stress of work and social responsibilities and to simply relax and just get disconnected. And DDD Habitat Inc. in Lorega, Kitaotao, Bukidnon, the coolness of the place and being close to natureÂ was just the ambience on our trip last May 30-June 2, 2014.
So after 17 hours and 35 minutes of travel from Iligan City to Cagayan de Oro City (where we had to stop for the night) then to Lorega we were finally there at 9:02 AM. This part of our travel will be discussed in detail on another post.
Note: On this post when the word ‘quarantine’ is used, it means a bus stop where vehicles are checked to prevent the spread of diseases on livestocks. So please do not panic when you read that we are in a quarantine area. We were not detained. We were happily relaxing there. 🙂
We were supposed to arrive at Lorega Quarantine at around 1:00 AM of May 31, 2014 but decided to stay a night at Cagayan de Oro due to strong rains and tiredness. The real reason why we did not continue is that we do not know how to get from Lorega Quarantine to DDD Habitat. Do we have to ride a habal-habal or should we walk? For how long? What if it was raining… hard?
The truth was we weren’t really well researched around the place.
When we got to Lorega Quarantine, we met Kuya NoriÂ (the caretaker) at one of the stores there. He was friendly and we were glad that it was him that we were meeting with. We asked where DDD Habitat was and he just pointed somewhere at the back of the store and he said that it was just a short walk. And after a quick picture taking of the Lorega Quarantine and a short pit stop at the Comfort Room (CR) for 3 Pesos/person we were all set to go.