Benguet Prime Hotel
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Baguio is a city located in the region of the Cordillera, in the Philippine province of Benguet. Americans founded the city in 1909 as the summer capital of the Philippines.
Baguio City has a cool tropical climate. Its average temperature is 18.3 degrees Celsius. The coldest month is January, the average temperature is 15.0 degrees ...
... open up. It was fantastic snorkelling with good coral and hundreds of giant clams. We also paid a visit to G's uncle, aunt and cousins.
Having been here for 3 weeks we are ready to move and now heading north to a beach area called Pagadpud on the north coast. The next blog will be a short one as I leave PHP in about one week. We have had a major change plans, so I will update you in the next short blog. Write soon. Love to all.
... of the situation that we are in. We came last in the camp site so the flat surfaces were already taken. The place where we have set-up our tent is slightly slanting, our sleeping mat is so thin and we don’t have pillows and blankets. That was definitely the longest night of my life! Each minute is like hours. I know everyone in the campsite is wishing it’s already 4 AM so we can start walking again. The cold temperature is unbearable.
While I ...
Back in Baguio. We are here one more day before we head back to Manila. We plan to have an easy day catching up and spending time with the Piets. Brock, the Piets' son, invites Lukas to come along bowling with some friends. Eight 'mk'-s (missionary kids) and Luke meet downtown and have a blast. Lukas ends up haggling with street vendors and buys 2 pairs of fake RayBan sunglasses and some earbuds for his iPod. All for 100 pesos, about 2.5 bucks. He feels ...
A visit in Camp John Hay in Baguio means walking up and down pine tree- studded slopes. The place is very clean that complements the forest atmosphere.
There is an area here for fastfood and shopping imported goods. Prices are quite expensive but you'll enjoy the ambiance.
You can also opt to have a picnic on its wide terrain or the side of the hill where ...