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So we left Banaue at 7.30 the following morning with the mountains on fire from the early morning mist. As we climbed steeply out of the village I reflected on the harsh life of mountain tribes the world over and how this left them all...looking the same. The Banaue people could swap with Tibetans or the Nepalese and few people would notice. Nothing about this place said SE Asia. Central Asia at best. But more so South America, in particular the higher reaches of Ecuador ...
... NGO) later this week about working with them to get these products to the various communities they serve throughout the region. I spent the last few days at the farm guiding my dear friend Jim, former owner of Bliss Baguio (a veggie café we always went to during our Peace Corps days) and his partner Mia. It was wonderful to finally share ENCA with Jim after he has heard me talk about it for so many years. Jim and Mia are ...
... establishments that will hire you a bike, trike and all manner of pedal vehicles. It was refreshing to see children and young people of all ages enjoying such simple pleasures.
Having visited the park I made my way up to Session Road to the jeepney terminals. If you are not a local it is very confusing as to where to get on a bus for your chosen destination. after asking several people and drivers, I alighted a jeepney heading to ...
Who were we kidding? The rainy season really means the rainy season. We found that out today. Despite the torrential rain, we managed to cross Baguio city to La Trinidad. This is where RSCC is located. This acronym stands for Research and Study Center for Children, a fancy name that conceals what this place really is... an orphanage. This is where Jessney spent about 2.5 years of his young life. Kim Piet had called ahead, letting 'the center' know of ...
... damage. All was ok, then he tells me it was his third hit that week. Insurance is not compulsory, and the guy told me his last hit was from a woman while she was texting! Anyway, the friendly driver stopped in front of a bus that was leaving for Sagada, so I managed to jump on that bus. The next one was two hours later.
The views on the way to Sagada were spectacular. Enjoy.
Next stop, Sagada, ...
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