Baguio Holiday Villas
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admiration of nature and its amazing weather , Baguio Mountain Leon
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July 13 to July 16, reaching Cordillera-Baguio City, the city is a bit cooler with incredible trees and an extraordinary jungle. Has a famous sculpture, called '' Leon Baguio, '' located in Baguio City, a place with tourism and wet weather, temperature 20 degrees, especially to spend 3 incredible days climbing the mountain of Leon of Baguio and admiring her beautiful nature and tranquility.
... for ENCA and something I want to help them troubleshoot while I am here. In order for the farm to truly produce at the capacity it has the potential to; they need more workers, but more workers also means more money spent, a constant catch 22!!! Despite some of these challenges and the clear infrastructure improvements that need to happen (roof repair on huts) which Friends of ENCA support will go towards, ENCA is always an amazing place to ...
... The towns people were also relatively friendly when we walked around town. The only drawback was that when we asked for a map of the town so we can explore we got the run around. Also aside from seeing the mummy tombs there was nothing else that the town had to offer.
On our first night we made the mistake of leaving our windows open while we went out to eat and when we arrived back our rooms were full of flying termites. Pain ...
... the Baguio Botanical Gardens. The gardens were also filled with lots of tourists due to the festival. They had a Christian worship band playing as well as many souvenir shops. The gardens weren’t just displaying plants and flowers, but there were pagodas, statues and even a Japanese-Filipino friendship memorial.
My allergies had had enough, so I decide to walk back to the transient house. I walk ...
On Saturday, Kyle and I went on a trek to what is left of Mt Pinatubo, a volcano about 30 kilometers from my dad's house that erupted in 1991. Pinatubo, in Tagalog, means "to make grow", which is ironic since it's eruption was the largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century, killing every "growing" thing the area. I wrote in an earlier post that it is now inactive - wrong! However it only erupts about every 600 years, so it's safe for a while. Even though the more distant ...