Baguio Burnham Suites Hotel
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... gang, jeg har købt billet til en sportsbegivenhed - overhovedet!
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Jeg har et flag med, hvis der skulle vise sig en dansker på scenen. Tre dage, to kampe pr dag og så til borneo om mandagen d. 1. december.
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The drive to Baguio took us just under three hours thanks to Rodel's no nonsense driving. I asked Rodel as we drove if he had wet had an accident. "No", he replied. "But I have beat a child". Meaning he has hit a child. Me and Jane exchanged a shocked glance in the back of the car. Rodel went on to tell us the sad story of how he was driving down the road, through a tight gap between tricycles on either side when ...
We wake up early to make sure to get to the streets for the parade. Today's parade contains many floats, but made with flowers. When we get downtown, I immediately split up with the group as I’m excited to get a good viewing spot, however the streets are already packed and getting a good viewing spot was doubtful. I follow the moving line though the crowd parallel to the road then see a small building set up beside ...
... myself because of the other people comments of me that is my embarrassing moment every time I heard a bad comments when my mother talk to me again she said don’t be negatives about of other saying just ignore them instead of wasting time of them just do a solution to make them wrong of what they think to you and because of that advice I decided to start a diet .
One time my friend teaches me how ...
... onto the motorcycle behind the driver, his giant white ass hanging off the back, drawing lots of giggles from children on their way to school as we speed through the trike-filled streets. It's rush hour, Laoag style.
As our trike pulled into the bus terminal, we narrowly miss being clipped by a departing bus. A departing bus that said BAGUIO, our destination! I yell BAGUIO! and as Rob jumps off the trike saying "Grab our bags! Grab our bags!", the dozen ...