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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Mountain Hotel Baguio
Clean, hot shower and good staff. It was a little ways out of town, which was both good (for the noise) and bad (had to take taxis)
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... had risen to 57, as confirmed by Chief Superintendent Josefino Cataluna of the Philippine National Police.
... the best cut with GRAVY, chips, veg, rice and soup for starter, all under £4. Happy!
On the way back, David shouted, "macanda" (beautiful) out of the window to a nice girl crossing the street. He was certain he had pulled as she shouted, "hi" and had a pretty big, chuffed smile.
The evening finished off with more Red Horse lager and blobs. In fact, we have discussed importing Red Horse as we are sure it would be a hit, 6.9%, tasty and cheap.
... the country we were given free 30-day visas which will be running out very soon. Another reason is that Baguio is one of the "gateways" to the Cordillera or central mountain area of Luzon that is known for really dramatic rice terraces. Baguio turned out interesting and accessible enough to warrant a few days of exploring before heading on. We arrived in Baguio around the beginning of the Flower Festival so there were lots of food stalls set up in ...
... do it. And do it soon. You won't regret it.
Tuesday 12 November
Today we are flying to Manila. I'm starting to feel like we should stay in Coron - the town needs our tourist income, and is pretty much ready to welcome tourists again. But as much as we would like to stay to support the locals, we had plans to visit other areas of the country before we fly out in a couple of weeks.
Wednesday 13 November
... me, but I didn't really "get" what effect the stones are supposed to achieve? They were positioned all over my back but I couldn't really feel them, and they didn't seem to hold heat at all either. Hmmm. In future I shall stick to the "regular" massages since they work much better for me.
Of course, I once again had the massage therapist recoiling in horror as she discovered the insane amount of knots all over my ...