Baguio Country Club
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... Mika Peruda, who meets us in Burnham Park. She is attending school in Baguio to be an airline attendant.
We head to the transient house to unpack and get dinner ready. Jenny Lin makes pork si****ng and the others prepare dinner as well. Her si****ng has a thicker soup from the taro root. But I like it none the less.
After a great supper and a long day I needed to bathe. The shower stall has a large barrel ...
... visibility was so bad that at some spots I could not see my hand in front of my face and I swam into more than one whale shark. It was a very enjoyable day despite the pollution, we kept trying to find the sharks with the boat and when we jumped in the water they seemed to enjoy our company and swam around us for a while. The water was so dirty that you could only see the sharks on the surface. Out of a health view point, I don’t think swimming around in this harbor full ...
... drinking coffee in Starbucks. However, if there are few of them, they still chit chat over coffee and they leave shopping malls empty handed!
During the trip to Cordillera Mountains we also saw so many churches – almost 90% of the population claims to be Christian and over 80% are Roman Catholic. When people finish the conversation with us we heard “I will pray for you”. I don’t know if they felt we need prayers or they ...
... 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 ...
... in town at the Log Cabin Saturday night buffet. A French chef had been cycling in the Philippines 10 years earlier and just decided to stay in Sagada. Although we had made reservations a day earlier, I ended up at a table with Ron and a guy that had been on my Jeepney the previous day, as well as all the other solo travelers in town (6 of us). We ate and ate and stayed until 10pm talking.
The next day was Sunday so ...