Baguio Burnham Suites Hotel
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Having arrived in Baguio at 2am, I went straight to bed and was up at 7.30 for breakfast of Tapsilog with rice and an egg and plenty of coffee. I'm staying at Iggy's Inn in South Drive. The morning paper brought home the full force of the typhoon and I was beginning to feel very concerned about my friends in Mindoro and the pupils at the school I would be visiting in a few days. Samar and Leyte appeared to heve borne the ...
... the last evening in Baguio with the Piets. Getting a break from kids, we have coffees at Starbucks (yes! unfortunately they are here too, thank you Mr. Schultz). The coffee shop is located on the site of the former U.S. military base Camp John Hay. It is actually a nice retreat away from the typical busyness of Filipino life. We spend the next two hours in great conversation. It is inspiring to hear the Piets talk about their struggles and ...
... as they were very good. A lot of eating was done here actually, the food was all very good I even had one of the best burgers I have had in a long time. I saw a pub called the red lion so I had to pop in for a pint, It was OK had draft beer which is rare as most places serve only bottles, and had football on the TV but it wasn't anything like the red lion in Blackrod as there wasn't as many crazy fools :-) .
I got the early morning bus to Sagada, I ...
... water, stand up, lose balance, fall, swallow more water and paddle again - until I was knackered.
There is not much to say but AMAZING! and that I', keen to do it again and again. My surf guide loves my effort and can't wait to wear me out again. So that's exactly what I'm gonna do tomorrow, get on a surfboard and catch a wave!
Haley and Rene seemed very pleased with the balikbayan suitcase packed by Marsha. A balikbayan is a box sent home by an expat Filipino. Marsha packed a list of things requested by Haley & Rene, plus a lot of extras. Haley and Rene were especially thrilled to read cards and letters from friends back home. Thanks to all who sent messages. ...