Baguio Palace Hotel
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... that was used to dig the graves of the
victims two days beforehand, and then to bury them, including the
The perpetrators were not able to complete the job when a military
helicopter was ...
... but still cannot find replacement lenses for out GoPro Hero 2 as it is now obsolete.
After the mall, food and shopping we drove upto a swanky area of Bagiuo. Camp John Hay. There was a golf course, country club, nice restaurants and shops with prices in US$. Too expensive for us.
We left and followed a bike that was all over the road, braking unnecessarily. Rodel told us that he was a major. I wasn't sure how he knew but guessed that was why he thought ...
... Business College who was hosting the event. She was very friendly and enthusiastic and basically said, "how can I say no?" She gave us her cell number in case we needed anything and told us to be back at a certain time and she would tell the guards to expect us. We came back at the specified time and she actually met us outside and walked in with us, along with about 300 students all in uniforms. The whole experience was fascinating, from getting ...
... Hinatid ako ni Joel, ngunit, mali pala ang napuntahan kong Victory Liner Terminal (Caloocan Terminal) kaya naman nag-taxi pa tuloy ako para makarating sa kabilang Terminal.
Ang Call time namin ay 9pm, ngunit 9:05pm na ay nasa kabilang terminal pa ako, mabuti na lamang at 10:30pm pa pala talaga ang byahe ng bus na nai-book para ...
... small businesses are open today and there are small boats taking to the sea.
We've just been to the evacuation centre to see what we could do to help today. They are waiting for a new batch of bags to come in to bag up more rations, a boat is coming tomorrow from Puerto Princesa bringing food and supplies. So for the time being there wasn't a lot we could do. There are huge sacks of rice and boxes and boxes of bottled water stacked up in the ...