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 Part 2 of my experience in DDD Habitat Inc. at Lorega, Kitaotao, Bukidnon. If you haven’t read the first part, you can visit it here.
Since we had May 31 exclusively for resting and chatting to each other, we’ve decided that our second day (June 1, 2014) would be dedicated to go around. Unfortunately, after asking a lot of people on what to do in Lorega, we’ve managed to know about 2 things to do in Lorega. Visit the Welcome Davao Eagle and go swimming in Seagull Resort.
The day ahead we’ve been talking to people and have been asking them if there’s a habal-habal that we could rent. Unfortunately, they didn’t give us a concrete answer on who will be taking us around, so we contacted Kuya Nori (the one who’s taking care of us at DDD Habitat) to find us one and he was the only one who gave us a concrete answer to our question and at 1:33 PM of June 1 we were able to start out tour around Lorega and those near it.
1:33 PM We talked to Kuya Buboy (habal-habal driver) and told him to take us around. We asked for the price unfortunately, it was his first time to tour around tourists in the area so to make the long story short, we decided to agree on the price after the tour.