Villa Al Pino
Travel Blogs from Baguio
... 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 ...
... guide" so who was I to argue? I saved myself 800 peso and the man even showed me the route to take. Sagada had a laid back mountain town feel to it and it was a very nice place to just walk around looking at the cliffs, rice terraces and just watching village life go by. I came to the first set of hanging coffins and they wernt really that impressive in my opinion but as they were on the way to the cave full of coffins they are worth a look and picture. Next ...
... lag of the journey.
Matt and Lindsay arrived to Manila at 4:30 am last Sunday from Saigon. In classic Sherry form, I greeted them at the airport in nearly head to toe orange and my tour-guiding role began! After catching a few more hours of sleep we braved the packed rainy streets of Manila.... and of course the malls! I have spent very little time in Manila and therefore I am not the most confidant tour guide, but for spending less then 24 hours in the city I ...
... the child and the Father is right beside them, of course, but circling them are the Aunts, Uncles, and Godparents. It is not uncommon to see the cousins of the child running around the feet and pulling on pant legs to see what is going on, and one member of the family circling the party snapping photos.
At home the set up of a baby blessing includes the ...
... used to cooking with a lot of meat fat but Rene and I ate around the pieces. This might also make it a little healthier.)
Add pork (1 in cube-like pieces) and chopped onion
saute add about 3 splashes of soy sauce
add cut potatos
add cup of water
add tomato paste (about 6 oz.)
add a teaspoon salt and a dash of pepper
boil for 5 to 7 min
add a heaping teaspoon of Magic Sarap