Baguio Holiday Villas
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... water that is very cold. I turn on the tap and it is just as cold. As I use a ladle the size of a soup pot, I have the coldest bathing session I've ever had in the Philippines, or ever felt due to the temperature differential. Even though the water was cold, I could still see steam coming from by body as the air in the bathroom was cold as well. Later my cousins tell me that there are submersible water heard that you are supposed to ...
... used by the allied forces in WWII, the wreck is intact and visibility was good at about 10m, ok but not the 30m we were hoping for. We also dived upon the wreck of the USS New York, a massive wreck, more than a 100m in length, this was an interesting dive, visibility was not good at
about 3-5 meters, we stayed inside the wreck a bit long and did an emergency deco stop upon surfacing. After an interesting 2 months, a couple of flights, many ferry and bus rides I moved on to Singapore.
... 8220;Filipino time’… 4 hours became over 6 hours and after initial admiration of the beauty of nature, we both end up pretty tired at the end of that bus ride.
Wet days in Baquio, elev 1450m
Filipinos are sooooo Americanized – they have all brands of fast food chains, big shopping malls, movies (they even watch American Idol!). Most of them speak perfect English (with heavy American accent); they spend time on computers and ...
... pretty good. We had dinner and then closed ourselves up in our room and watched TV the rest of the night...and in case any of you are wondering...no, we did not take advantage of the big mirror...the room was just too scuzzy for romance...the sheets were clean though. It wasn't as bad as the hotel from hell in Miri, Borneo (see Borneo blog: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/lilly_annew/4/1264700882/tpod.ht ml.)
... in town at the Log Cabin Saturday night buffet. A French chef had been cycling in the Philippines 10 years earlier and just decided to stay in Sagada. Although we had made reservations a day earlier, I ended up at a table with Ron and a guy that had been on my Jeepney the previous day, as well as all the other solo travelers in town (6 of us). We ate and ate and stayed until 10pm talking.
The next day was Sunday so ...