|Elerie enjoyed riding as much as I did.|
|View from the passenger seat,|
|Door to door service.|
Tricycles, on the other hand, can be found all over and operate more like a mini-taxi. Theye will generally serve an area but are not on a fixed route. The standard fare for a tricycle is more than a jeepnee but, depending on the distance to the destination, may be negotiated. The fare is paid when the destination is reached.
With the use of a mission vehicle we really haven't had much opportunity to ride jeepnees or tricycles. Then on Thursday we traveled with Maughans and Weatherstons to the island of Bohol to help with the Christmas Party on Friday for the three zones there. Sister McNett and Sister Maughan took a tricycle from our hotel to the church and then Elder and Sister McNett rode in one with Elder Clark from the church to where we had dinner. We are veteran tricycle riders now.
|Sister McNett and Sister Maughan in a tricycle.|
|Passenger view forward.|
|Passenger view to the side.|
|Elder Clark paying the driver.|
|Passenger getting foot massage while waiting for the ferry.|
|View from our hotel room.|
|Our hotel at night.|
|Children playing at the Tagbilaran church.|
|Elder Clark showing a magic trick.|
|Sister Maughan passing out toys and candy.|
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