Travel Blogs from Baguio
... had also been adopted, to Spain and Australia. In fact, none of the kids that were there in 2004-07 were still there. I think that was a bit of a downer for Jessney. Perhaps he had quietly expected otherwise. We stayed about an hour, took group pictures, and thanked them for their hospitality. And we were back in the rain. The rest of the day was, understandably, spent indoors. The heavy rain afforded us the time to catch up on emails and writing ...
... and styled to taste. Smaller cities such as Vigan may be the exception, with their smaller three-wheelers similarly adorned and dominating local transport need … or that may just be Vigan. Other towns along the road tend to limit their creativity to color selection, to which they all conform within each town, so that scattered along the way there are green towns, yellow towns, pink towns, and so forth. But the big thrill along the way ...
... least four consistent farmers working at ENCA now! It is so wonderful to return and see that each of the resources many of you donated are indeed making a measurable impact and will continue to do so. Thank you all for your support and there are indeed more success stories and improvements to come!
We have enjoyed a relaxing day in Baguio today; we wandered the massive Baguio City market and tonight a private party at a very popular Filipino raegee bar. It is so ...
... Again, stop over at a supermarket to buy a bottle of Novelino Red Wine and some chips. After reaching home, we chill. Decided to have some singing contest. Then, sleep. :)
- Woke up around 8 and decided to go to town to buy some strawberries. Fresh one. :"> but before that, we took our breakfast at the Cafe by the Ruins. Mango and Strawberry crepe is one of a kind! I really liked it. Plus, the pumpkin soup and carbonara. ...
... be apart of.
I am off to Sagada tomorrow to connect with local friends and meet back up with Emily and Devin. Sagada is a peaceful and beautiful mountain town about 6 hours north from Tublay. Next to the farm, it is my favorite place in the Philippines. Delicious yogurt, caves, hanging coffins, good friends and peaceful simplicity in the mountains!
Hope you are well. Sending all my love,
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed