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 ...
Due to the neighbourhood being gated with a security guard, we thought we'd go for a run as the streets were quieter. There were few cars but loads of dogs, yapping away. They seemed to be used as alarm systems as they were in cages or tied up, but made a horrendous noise on walking past. The run started and ended as a walk. The hills were crazy steep. It was nice having a nosey at the massive houses.
Once we got our act together we headed ...
... were better in a different room. Our first day in Baguio we took a long walk around the center of the city. It is a hustle and bustle kind of a place and especially after being out in the provinces for the past month. There are several universities in Baguio and by som accounts there are more students than other dwellers. The city is designed around several big parks and that is where we ended up spending quite a bit of time over the course of our ...
... 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 ...
... said the storm was far bigger than anyone had imagined and much bigger than anything any of them had ever experienced.
I've found out that an appeal has been set up by Tao Expeditions, a local boat tour company. They have set up a British bank account and a Philippine account for donations. They have been overwhelmed by the generosity so far. I think they are genuinely moved and so grateful.
The town feels a lot more in control ...