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Here are the top 7 places you should go to if you want to get the full Baguio experience.
1. Ben Cab Museum
Last Christmas, our dad kept telling us about this art museum he read about online. He's a really big fan of art and has always drags me along with him to art galleries whenever we come across them in malls and such. This made me ...
... are well made by the proficient handicraft makers of Baguio and Benguet.
When I went here, I enjoyed it because of the beautiful view that you can see from the plateau. You can also do activities like horseback riding and picture taking with the natives. If you were the type of person who likes to look at the beauty of nature, then I would truly recommend this place to ...
... little kids because the kid in him comes out and I can tell he is having a blast and so are the kids. Later that night we were walking around the streets doing a bit of shopping and a Filipino lady my age comes running in the store and says hello to me. She then just stood there starring at me. I politely smiled back but eventually Corey and I just looked at each other and chuckled a bit cause this lady was in lala land looking at me. As I turned and walk out of the store she ...
... Peter came to realize when he said, “In truth I perceive that God shows no partiality. But in every nation whoever fears Him and works righteousness is accepted by Him" (Acts 10:34-35).
While we would have about a 30 minute ride back to our hotel, many of the brethren would take a two-hour bus ride home, the turn around and do it again the next day for church services. Amazing ...
... by the stern of the ship and while one then disappeared into the sea mist, the other remained visible for some distance. Excitement over for one day! The following day and it was winter. At 8am the temperature was 9C, the wind was strong at Force 8 and the sea was moderate. The ship was sailing slowly at 15 knots along the coast of China. Later this afternoon, photocopies of our passports were delivered to our cabins with endorsements from the Chinese officials, who ...