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... capital of the Philippines"? Aside from touring around, we have spent time in the San Juan surf. It's a great little spot, quite undeveloped, but backpackers have found it, so it has a really cool, quirky style about it. I really enjoy hanging out there. The best coffee at the El Union cafe (see pix) made by Harold, Seth, Camille and Kiddo, and the Flotsam and Jetsam Beach Hostel is a great place for a beer. even if you don't stay there
... exploring the town. It’s not a pretty little place by any stretch of the imagination, in fact it’s a positively sprawling city, however it does have a really good market; a pleasant park with boating lake; a couple of museums; and best of all loads of cake & pastry shops. Returned to my hotel at 1pm expecting my room to be 'ready’ only to be told it still wasn’t! I ended ...
... travel coordinator gave me hers. As soon as I am inside the bag, I fell asleep. That was about 7:30PM. It felt like I have slept for 6 hours but when I woke up and checked my watch, it’s only 9PM.
I felt the need to pee so I asked my husband to open the tent. As soon as I came out of the tent, I was greeted by the most starry night sky that I have seen in my life! It’s as if they are just above my head. They feel so close. And then a shooting ...
... was the only one. After playing in the ocean we continued driving to Baguio. The drive down took 5 hours though it was not very tiring. Back in Baguio we went straight to the Piets. We relaxed that afternoon and just played. The next morning Lukas went out with Brock and his friends and we took a taxi (we were not alowed to drive on Mondays because every day the cars with licensplates ending in a certain number were not allowed ...
Last Sunday's meeting provided our board members and ENCA Farm Staff an opportunity to share the improvements and developments made at ENCA Farm since last December. As I mentioned in an earlier blog I am so happy to share that the typhoon relief money many of you helped raise in 2009, has gone a long way to improve the physical infrastructure at ENCA Farm. There is now running water at all the huts at the farm, five of the main nipa ...
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