Travel Blogs from Baguio
***warning, there will be graphic pictures of rooster fights in this entry, if you don't want to see them I suggest you ignore most of the pictures found in this entry***
I slept in until 7:30am, so I missed seeing the kids off to school. Since Uncle Elmer and Tatay are out of town, Janet offers to make breakfast. I show her the longaniza that I purchased in Dagupan. I take Marlon with me to get some eggs ...
On a wet, gloomy morning we took a taxi to Hong Kong Airport. I had been awake all night listening to the thunder and lightening raging outside, we had to get up at 6 am. Luckily I hadn't slept because although I had set my phone alarm I hadn't changed the time from Bangkok to Hong Kong! I would have been up an hour later and we would have possibly missed the flight!
It's funny when psychologically your body is aware of when it needs to be awake !!
So once again bad weather on ...
... there are exceptions to that 'smiley face country’ rule:)
Honestly, I have never seen so many such a nice, kind, friendly, smiley, helpful people as in Philippines. One of them said that they developed this friendly attitude as they went for years and years of hardship. Well, I know nations that went through hardship and they are left with complains and victim attitude.
The small kids, when they are 3 or 4, go to kindergarten; then ...
... and a new
fashion trend is born.
There was just one other group of people at this shore, Koreans working on a travel video promoting the Philippines as a vacation destination. We had to pay extra for the trip across the lake but, it was worth the price to get away from the rest of the crowd of mostly Filipinos students and get some great pictures and video of the entire crater. The water was pretty hot in spots but the whole lake was ...
... wasn't soft, however, after further inspection, I think my actual right ear is broken. I'm sure it'll fix itself but I'm having that sensation of not really hearing what I'm saying! Oh well!
Landing in Clark, Manila, I quickly jumped into a sweaty 'air con' jeepney (small bus with two benches in the back) and a 15 minute journey to Dau bus terminal. I feel like I'm back in Central America. The bus terminal ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed