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... since 1999. Over the past 15 years that I've been working out of the country, I've always made sure to come back (at least once a year) to spend some time on the beach, go on a road trip, ride a jeepney, do some shopping, or enjoy the food. I also like to see what's going around the big city that is Metro Manila. When I travel to the Philippines, I have the choice of arriving in the capital city (Manila-NAIA airport) and spend a day or two or arrive further north ( ...
... state as the Phillipines.
Our taxi driver, Roger, chats away merrily as he eases us conversationally into the heart of Manila metropolis. He drops us at the hotel and gives us his card in case we have further use for his services, gee that was pretty easy.
We get to reception at this pretty grand looking hotel, J-she did say she had booked a flash place. J-she goes to check in, “I’m sorry, you don’t have a reservation.” is ...
... through water, abseiled down into lower parts of the cave and slid down walls. It was stunning. We were in Sagada heaven, but we had to move on after four days, sadly. VERY SADLY!!
TRAVERSING THE LANDS OF THE RICE TERRACES – There was no real transport which is why many travelers do not make it to the north. To get out of Sagada we had to take a Jeepney (local bus where you sit facing one another and very cramped) to get to Bontoc. Jeepneys wait ...
... with both my colleagues and students at Bethel International School. If you'd like to read more about my time in Tacloban, check out my blog for that journey: lindsaykpund.blogspot.com.
It's surreal to think that as one transforming journey is coming to an end, another is on the horizon. A few weeks ago I ran past the admonition, "Slow down; you only pass by this way once." I can't help but be convicted by the truth in those words as ...
... to the Bahay Kalipay Raw Food Retreat House, my residence for the next 6 days. Bahay Kalipay is considered an intentional community. An intentional community is a planned residential community designed from the start to have a high degree of social cohesion and teamwork. The members of an intentional community typically hold the same common interests. Based on what I saw the common interests at BK are healthy raw food eating, abstinence of stimulants ie., coffee, tea, alcohol, ...