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December 3rd 2010
Published: December 3rd 2010EDIT THIS ENTRY

Rolf Dunder’s stories about the Aetas started in his van, cruising through the relatively new Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX). Dawn rains had just poured in Metro Manila and there was apprehension that foul weather might dampen what would be a long hike to the Aetas’ village in a mountain in Tarlac. But the sun was nicely shining as soon as we left the capital and the general ambiance in... Read Full Entry



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17th March 2011

hannah.batua@yahoo.com
hi. we are planning to conduct an immersion and we think that this place is a perfect one. is this the Bilad Aeta Village?
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18th March 2011

Yes it is.
You might want to get in touch with the Rotary Club (particularly Mr. Rolf Dunder) which conducts regular visits to the village.
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20th June 2011

oh thanks... do you have his contact details? it would be a great help for us. looks like you had a great time with all the people of the village:)
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20th June 2011

Unfortunately, no
You could try contacting the Rotary Club in Paco (http://rotaryclubofpaco-manila.webs.com) or Capas, Tarlac.
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21st June 2011

wow,thanks:))
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