Baguio Country Club
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... 5:00 a.m. Turns out
the regular bus isn't at all bad, it was actually very cold; and despite the uncomfortable seats I got 4 good hours of shut-eye.
I estimated the temperature to about 13-15 °C when we arrived in Baguio and it was still dark so we decided to head straight to our hotel to check-in and rest for a bit before exploring the City of Pines.
A friend, RJ, who resides in Baguio pre-booked our hotel for us so there were no fuss ...
... fishing is prolific here, and we have seen many techniques used, and some great catches.
We had a day up in Baguio, which is inland up in the mountains and is famous for its flowers and education (there were many Korean students there mainly learning English.)
Also took a trip to the 100 Islands, south of here, offshore from Alaminos. From a distance it all looks like one long island, however, when you get close, the ...
... 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 ...
... matter how much you have achieved in life, you are still nothing compared to His creations.
Up there in the clouds 2, 922 meters above sea level, you feel so small yet greatly loved by your Creator. So loved that when you leave the place, only the happiness and gratefulness remains in your heart.... forever
Thanks to Bdoll Barretto for some of the pictures in this article
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... 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 ...