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    Here are few scanned old photos of the Taut Bato people of the Singnapan basin in the Rizal ,Palawan.

    A monkey for dinner and a honeycomb for pudding.

    Tau't Bato - Municipality of Rizal, Palawan, Philippines
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    The Ta'ut Bato ladies .

    The normal way of life of the tribal women to just go bare on top sometimes.Understandably, with the heat and humidity, feeling steaky and sweaty who likes to wear anything on top .If only possible for all women across the board to do the same without breaking the cultural taboos and being perceived malicious.
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    One of the elevated caves in the Singnapan basin where Taut bato's move to shelter during rainy season.
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    On our way to catch some bats for breakfast in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pickled_newt View Post
    On our way to catch some bats for breakfast in the morning.
    Whow, I did not know this. So again a new target to visit in the wide range of interesting places in this beautifull country. Thanks Picklet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pickled_newt View Post
    The Ta'ut Bato ladies .

    The normal way of life of the tribal women to just go bare on top sometimes.Understandably, with the heat and humidity, feeling steaky and sweaty who likes to wear anything on top .If only possible for all women across the board to do the same without breaking the cultural taboos and being perceived malicious.
    Okay I will be a judge

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellyfish View Post
    Whow, I did not know this. So again a new target to visit in the wide range of interesting places in this beautifull country. Thanks Picklet.
    Is that left one really you ?
    Are you trying to say I look cool in the picture.
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    The hut we stayed in the Singnapan basin.
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    This is Buano our guide.
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    Thanks for sharing your photos

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