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... fields and infants tied to mothers' backs: nothing like the large scale, industrialized versions that define California's central coast.
Rob also enjoyed an unsolicited head massage from the toddler perched behind him. Seemingly intrigued by the color, texture, or perhaps both, of Rob's hair, the child ran his tiny fingers all over, alternating between petting and patting Rob's huge noggin. I was bemused. Rob, not so much, though he was too polite ...
... Then it was back on the bus heading for the town of Dau...what looks to be a transit hub and the closest town we can get to by bus from Baguio where we can arrange a trip to Mt. Pinatubo. It was five hours to get to Dau, leaving us plenty of time to arrange our trip. Dau is a scuzball of a town, filled with American men, looking to get laid...we had no idea it was going to be like this. It's the closest town to Clark Air force Base, once an ...
... It is such a privalege.
Wednesday was our first street church... meeting in the central park, outside, with daily life going on around us. Many came to worship, hear, watch or receive prayer.... food was shared and lives encouraged. A wonderful time.
This day we got to hear of a baby that had 15% burns from boiling water, over all of her face and the front of her body. We went to the hospital to pray with her family and her in faith for healing. She was miserable ...
Grabbed a taxi to the bus terminal and hopped on a 7am bus to Baguio. Had heard that it can be difficult to get a room in Sagada this time of year. Managed to get a local on the bus to call ahead for me, and after a little trouble, found a guesthouse with a room available; double though, will have to look for a bunk buddy. A very long drive, 6 hours across the plains and then an hour straight up a winding hill through the clouds with a cliff on one ...
... market I've ever been to. But, also, I was deathly afraid to take out my camera and snap photos, as police warned us multiple times to watch our belongings. We were the only westerners we had seen in Baguio the two days we had been there. So, obviously you stick out like a sour thumb, and I did not want to take my chances. We bought a strawberry shake from the high school fund raising tent and strolled along the narrow alleys ...
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