Baguio Burnham Suites Hotel
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... a local stream with rocks and whatever debris was within reach. After 4 hours of fighting traffic in congested towns along the coast, we head inland and the road starts climbing up to Baguio. Over the next hour, we gain 1500 meters (5000 feet) and the temperature drops at least 10 degrees. The cooler temperature is a nice relief from the hot weather we started the day with. After 4 amazing days on the road, arriving at the Piets feels like coming home. ...
... a day but there was little that could be done. We ended up in some expensive hotel room that did not constitute the cost once again. I'd hoped that getting out of Manila would reduce the stupid accommodation costs, seemingly not.
The taxi driver on the driver to the hotel heard my grumblings about wasting time and probably also heard me moaning about how I thought he and his mate were ripping us off. He didn't mention the ripping off bit but he did tell us what ...
... But then, whatever the reason is, hindi kami magpapapigil sa pag punta roon, tutuloy parin kami.
Medyo nahirapan lang kaming bumili ng ticket sa bus dahil nga may okasyon sa Baguio ngayon, -Panagbenga festival (flower festival). Dito ay makakakita ka ng mga floats na punong-puno ng mga desenyong bulaklak at karamihan sa mga iyon ay may mga ...
... another one of her children. (Uncle Mike the second youngest passed seven years ago to cancer). No mother should have to loose two of her children, but this is the plate that the world has dealt Lola, and in her infinite wisdom and love she has handled it all with grief stricken grace.
It has been an interesting week to observe and take part in a weeklong Catholic wake. From last Sunday afternoon until this last Saturday evening Lola Carmen's house was open 24 hours a day ...
... by messing around with it! Ah well, we looked like we knew what we were doing! (Note from Karen: At one point Ashley very confidently moved a few sticks around and I would have been very impressed with him had the huge flame we'd had a few seconds earlier instantly die out!)
Talking of being at one with nature. When we went into our hut ...