The Garden Heights Condotel
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2. Strawberry Farm
What else is Baguio famous for? Strawberries! In my opinion, you won't get the full Baguio experience without going to the very famous Strawberry Farm. I remember going to Strawberry Farm for the first time as a kid, I thought it was fun picking out those strawberries whether they were a luscious red or simply an unripe ...
... Central Business District.
There will be different gates inside the Academy. The only thing you can do in this area is to walk around and observe the campus. You cannot use their facilities. You can only observe the facilities. Inside, we saw their lunch halls, fields for running, and school. When we went to this place, the classes were ongoing. As a result, we did not ...
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... time trying to get photos without Mom's head in the way! At a stop, some guy hopped on and sold various snacks to earn his ticket across town. Mom jumped on this and took the opportunity to buy some quail (maybe?) eggs. I took the time to snag some chicharrones (aka pork rinds) before we climbed on, so I noisily chomped away throughout the ride.
Once back in town, I plotted the getaway to Baguio City. Mom, Cousin Dennis, Gail, April, and I rented another car that could handle ...
... a greenhouse at ENCA to help Auntie Olive grow a variety of crops year round. I am excited to hear about the progress of these projects over the next few months and look forward to returning soon to see the developments in person.
As I looked at the grave of Lolo Enrique on Sunday (who passed only 10 days prior to my arrival to Acop as a Peace Corps volunteer in 2006) I thought about how blessed I am to be a small part of ...