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Travel Blogs from Baguio
... having lunch at the "Ayala Techno Hub" (interesting name, since it looked to be a cluster of restaurants & cafes). We both had 90 minutes of their signature massage, which was a largely lymphatic massage, it seemed, with some light muscle work. Total cost? 525pesos each, or US$12. Even with a generous tip, it was still incredible value.
The spa was very clean & relaxing, with dark woods and a dimly lit interior; while the ...
... Narda's and Teresita's that focus on hand-crafted carving, baskets and textiles, using native techniques. We've been surprised and a little disappointed at how few of these stores we have found in the Philippines. We spent the day touring the museum and then shopping in these two stores.
We had hoped to go on to Sagada but discovered that contrary to what the tourist office told us, Sagada was another six hours away. That meant ...
... have met has an amazing story. He left home to live on the streets at aged 10,as things were so bad at home.When he was aged 14, Angela ( His heart Ministries) started here by visiting street people living at the central park, loving them with food and hope in Jesus. This young man confesses to seeing her for the food, but then got to meet Jesus for himself. He was so changed, Angela was able to help him reconcile with his family, and he now is back at home, excelling at ...
... not so much now to enjoy swimming in the open water but rather to connect with family and reminisce about the fun summer vacations. Mom tells stories about the day during Liberation when she found a sack of potatoes on the beach and she ran home to tell her cousins about it. She told me how these cousins(Auntie Pan and her sisters) eagerly lined up and awaited her arrival at the ...
... ka ng mabahong amoy ng nagpapawis na driver! (Bwisit lang dba?) BUT the cab drivers in Baguio will give you the exact change, ultimo centavos and they are very polite and not barumbado. Taxi fare is also way cheaper than in Manila. Oh well, my reality is in Manila.. I just can’t help but compare.
So our next stop. The LOURDES GROTTO. 384 steps (as I can remember). We reflected, prayed and thanked HIM for all the blessings He has ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed