Baguio Burnham Suites Hotel
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... the storm as it made landfall early on Friday morning.
After breakfast I headed out on foot down South Drive to Upper Session Road and into session road proper. Halfway down the road on the right you will find Igorot Stairs. Life sized figures of native people from the Cordillera Mountain region reside on the stairs showing traditional dress and depicting the lifestyle of Baguio's original inhabitants. Session Road is the main street of ...
Today it was POURING rain all day. In the morning we went to the orphanage where Jessney lived for a few years, (he did not live in the town where he was born for very long, soon after his parents died he was sent to an orphanage in Baguio.) with some gifts like diapers for the orphanage. We were welcomed in and since quite a few of the people who worked there when Jessney was ...
... nap for a few hours then just enjoyed the scenery which was amazing from the road, which at one point is the highest highway in the Philippines, you could see rice terraces and misty mountains. Next to the edge of the road the drop down would be very unforgiving if you strayed to close it was just a sheer drop down, at one point where the road was being repaired It looked like it had just caved in completely. I arrived in Sagada around lunch time and found a ...
... their home.
But, you must be wondering where the title of this blog comes in. Well, here goes...
We hiked out to ENCA Farm a few days ago where we were met with incredible views and the truly rare tourism experience of living on a functioning farm in SE Asia. But, the Philippines is definitely the tropics and with that comes a few situations of discomfort including monsoon rains, mosquitoes, and cockroaches. As most of you know ...
... you're adventurous and LOVE (it must be LOVE) endless walking and caving then Sagada is the one. It was maaaddd. The caves were dangerous, dark, slippery and at points you had no other choice but to be immersed in water but i loved it! total adrenaline rush!
Vigan- Vigan is THE cutest Spanish town and Lyssy would of loved to ride my horse called Tony.
I learnt so much about Filipino History (mostly about the Illocanos) here, honestly a MUST ...