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Travel Blogs from Baguio
... climbed into the fog-covered heights.
Though the ride was generally very comfortable, our driver (like every other driver) seemed to act like he was king of the road, and insisted on gunning it through hairpin turns, along with the need to sharply accelerate and pass/tailgate any other vehicle on the road. It got especially harrowing when rain started pelting down as we ascended into the highlands, sudden waterfalls bursting forth from the steep ...
... to admit I was an American in this town.
We ended up staying at the America Hotel in an “Executive Suite” complete with giant wall mirror
angled for the best view of the bed. When this hotel was new, it was probably pretty upscale and it has a lot of American features such as a real bath tub but, it is pitifully run down at this point and there was no way I would take an actual bath in that tub. It had a nice big ...
... burns were serious. We returned on friday and she was smiling, all infection was gone, new skin covered her face and no facial scarring would result. The family were so relieved and gave God all the thanks.
Please take the time to go to www.hisheart.org.nz to see all the things we will be involved in as the new year starts again. In the meantime we are enjoying making new relationships, eating many different types of food... and seeing Gods hand on this city.
... tips on our destinations further into the mountains. It was so refreshing to be chatting to a local who was just giving advice without expecting anything in return.
At night, in true tribal style we all sat around a fire drinking beer, swapping stories and playing music. Sadly Ashley & I are city boys and there were many times where we almost put the ...
... Gun stores are common. Heavily armed guards patrol all banks and offices.
- A Chinese meal in Legazpi. After so much disappointing Filipino food, this was ambrosia: the tastiest hot sour soup and sweet and sour pork I’ve ever had.
- The ‘Remnant International School’ in Baguio City. A school for misfits?
- One day a man approached me and coolly stated: ‘I am a professional beggar. Give me 5 ...