Baguio Burnham Suites Hotel
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... According to official figures - in 2008 they sent home about US$16 billion.
Our new friend (who needs to save up money for new flight ticket to Hong Kong) was going to north and was so kind to help us with finding the right bus, answering some of our questions about his country, showing us hotels and having dinner when we arrived.
He said the trip will take 4 hours. Fine. We were ready for few more hours to travel. However, we already ...
... our hot feet. The trail wasn't that steep and it followed the creek we are guessing another 3 ½ miles through narrow cutouts of lahar walls and then finally some vegetation and actually some bushes and trees until we could finally see the crater lake Mapanuepe. From here we hiked down into the crater to the lake and then climbed into a heavy
wooden boat where another villager rowed us across to the other shore where you could feel the ...
... food and maybe find a post office!
I'm back in KL soon so I'll leave out details on the city but in short, you are either soaked through with sweat or soaked through from a heavy downpour! You just can't win! I also had a curry for lunch from a street vendor and a curry in the evening! Both were a quid! I got back to the airport at midnight and slept on the floor till check in at 4am. LCCT also has free ...
... in those relationships rather then material possessions. I told Lola that one way to keep Uncle Cesar alive is through telling these stories. I know the whole family is looking forward to a break from the constant visitors and some rest after an emotionally draining week.
So, hug your loved ones and know that the beauty of life is indeed a gift to be treasured and embraced each day we are blessed with another day here in this world!
Sending love to all,
... 1kl each of carrots and young corn ,baguio beans and string beans (Php30/kl). Two plastics of baby potatoes (Php20 each), 4 packs of chocopeanut bar (Php150/pack), 1/2 kl of cherry tomatoes (Php25), 2 bottles of strawberry jam, 3 boxes each of lengua de gato, peanut brittles and a bottle of Yacoon wine for Php150).
So I ended up, carrying 1 big red bayong bag, 1 small fashionable bayong, 1 backpack and 1 red big sports bag. SHOPPING GALORE! ...