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DAY 2: Baguio
*skip to 12 midnight*
After hours of walking and eating in MOA, we
decided to take a taxi at around 10:00 p.m going to Victory Liner Bus
Terminal in Pasay. We should've left earlier because when we arrived at
the said terminal, the First Class bus (the comfiest and with CR) is
already sold-out. We chose the regular bus which cost P455.00. The bus
left Manila around 1:00 a.m and arrived ...
... connected throughout Baguio and have already mentioned ENCA to their Bird Watching Friends and other people that will love to know there is a peaceful escape from the city right in their backyard. It is always wonderful to see ENCA work its magic on people and I have no doubt we will get many paying visitors because of Jim and Mia. Sending each of you early holiday greeting's and more soon from the Philippines! Lot’s of Love, ...
The City of Pines
Having arrived in Baguio at 2am, I went straight to bed and was up at 7.30 for breakfast of Tapsilog with rice and an egg and plenty of coffee. I'm staying at Iggy's Inn in South Drive. The morning paper brought home the full force of the typhoon and I was beginning to feel very concerned about my friends in Mindoro and the pupils at the school I would be visiting in a few days. Samar and Leyte appeared to heve borne the ...
... from my dream. It will be stupid of me to give up now so I’ve gathered my remaining strength and continued walking.
We reached the summit before the sunrise. And there, as we are sitting, the sun begins to rise from the clouds. Everyone is clapping. You can actually feel the joy from everyone’s heart. It was not just magical. That moment was glorious. It’s as if God is beside each one of us.
It only took less than a minute for the ...
... facing the same way, in one large factory space, with dozens of ladies beavering away on their creations. In the next space, a similar scene, but here the ladies are working on sewing machines, pumping out the daily production of hand made merchandise. In the store, which is conveniently located before you enter the weaving room, we resist buying lots of great stuff, but end up with two shawls that will disappear more easily in our backpacks for the ...