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... environmental consciousness, mindful exercise via tai chi, qigong, yoga and similar practices, shared responsibility for them self and others. I never lived on a commune in the 60's but this was pretty close to what I would imagine it would be like.
The trike driver, Loloy looked more Jamaican than Pinay with his long dreadlocks but he had a huge smile that made me smile when ever I saw him during the week. I learned from him on our drive to BK that he was the general go to guy ...
... so we had our own personal guide through this bulging mountain city. It was a great escape from the extreme heat and hustle bustle of Olongapo. We could only stay overnight, but it was so worth it! Baguio's strawberry picking is well-known, but it was too muddy for us to attempt it. We didn't care and instead, decided to reward some market people by buying their picked and packaged stash. The public market there too is crazy and diverse. I enjoyed just walking around and observing my ...
... to ascend the Cordilleras Mountains. The bus stopped again and there was time for a snack and a drink before we were on our way again. As the bus climbed there were glimpses of the mountain city across the valley on the left of the bus. Dense lights from dwellings packed up the mountain sides slowly drew nearer. I finally arrived at Victory terminal at 2am and took a taxi to the hotel on South Drive.
... occupied were dashed. Having nowhere to go to sleep I set out to the old city to grab some breakfast and take a snooze in Rinzal park. I found a bench and closed my eyes for an our or so. Unfortunately a bench is not as comfortable as a bed. I still had a lot of time to kill until my check in time so I wandered around the park slowly, watching people give massages, dance and practice some T'ai Chi.
While making my way back to my hostel I noticed that there is a mall ...
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