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... 5:00 a.m. Turns out
the regular bus isn't at all bad, it was actually very cold; and despite the uncomfortable seats I got 4 good hours of shut-eye.
I estimated the temperature to about 13-15 °C when we arrived in Baguio and it was still dark so we decided to head straight to our hotel to check-in and rest for a bit before exploring the City of Pines.
A friend, RJ, who resides in Baguio pre-booked our hotel for us so there were no fuss ...
... NGO) later this week about working with them to get these products to the various communities they serve throughout the region. I spent the last few days at the farm guiding my dear friend Jim, former owner of Bliss Baguio (a veggie café we always went to during our Peace Corps days) and his partner Mia. It was wonderful to finally share ENCA with Jim after he has heard me talk about it for so many years. Jim and Mia are ...
... the storm as it made landfall early on Friday morning.
After breakfast I headed out on foot down South Drive to Upper Session Road and into session road proper. Halfway down the road on the right you will find Igorot Stairs. Life sized figures of native people from the Cordillera Mountain region reside on the stairs showing traditional dress and depicting the lifestyle of Baguio's original inhabitants. Session Road is the main street of ...
... that we no longer have the time to appreciate those that we already have.
After 7 long hours, it’s time to get ready for another 1 ½ hour trek to the summit. The only view that we can see as we are climbing up the summit are the lights from the headlamps of each one of us. But even that, is a sight to behold.
The trail isn’t as easy as the trail going up to the base camp. I almost wanted to give up but why should I? I am just a few ...
... weeks. We spend the rest of the day getting ready for the next stage of our trip. Laundry, repacking and organizing food. We are heading to the island of Palawan for a week at an isolated beach, with no access to stores. Even during the last few days here, it has been much more difficult than expected to find gluten free food for Ava and Lukas. Even brands that are okay in North America are suspect here. We really need to plan ahead for the next 7 days. ...