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... out where we were on the maps either.
Our first long walk that we took was to Camp John Hay. We were under the assumption that it was a big tourist spot but there wasn't much to see except for massive hotel/convention halls for corporate gatherings. Interesting part of our day was the long walk. We walked from 1030am till 5pm. We must have walked at least 80% of that time with very little ...
... over the SM mall. The weather is colder in Baguio due to the altitude. Even I threw on a hoddie to stay warm. We visit SM food court for a bite to eat, and as usual we order too much food and stuff ourselves. This time I try Bulalo soup. It is basically a cut of beef shank still on the bone with the bone marrow still present to eat. We usually eat at places like ...
... it just feels wrong! It’s also strange when they are speaking as most of the conversation is inTagalog ( their first language- apparently there are over 150 languages and dialects) They then add English words and phrases in so it sounds ( to us) strange, you speak to most locals and their English is good and even though most people use English words some people don’t understand us. I will get my head around this before we leave I am sure!
So next desination is Sagada
... through more towns of the same makeup, we finally reach the foot of the mountains where the road starts to incline in the final stretch to Baguio. The scenery changes abruptly to lush mountain terrain. A narrow windy road curves up mountains. Kennon Road was built by the Americans to open up the mountainous area around Baguio. It is an amazingly beautiful stretch of road. We finally reach Baguio and arrive at the home of the Piet family, where we will be staying for the next few ...
... the works of artists who make regular appearances to demonstrate their work, give talks and mingle with the visitors. One of them is a restaurant and gift shop. Another is a studio where visitors sit to be portrayed by sketch artists for a small fee
My friend and I climb further up the hill through the winding tracks on muddy and slippery slopes. Handrails, mostly wooden, are placed alongside ...