Golden Pine Hotel
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... the loser then should pay the bill. So yeah, I lost that game. Ugh. Unfortunately, I forgot the name of the restaurant.
We bought souvenirs from the local park just opposite the restaurant where we had lunch. We then proceeded to Mine's View Park where we were treated to the view of the mountains and bought some local delicacies.
That pretty much sums up our stay in Baguio.
* Continue to next post for Day 3-4: Mt. Pulag
... man kan sidde med sin mad, kun gadekøkner eller såkaldte Hole in the Wall restauranter, hvilket der ikke er noget i vejen med.
I aften var jeg til en take-away og valgte en t-bone a la sizzeler og vidste på forhånd, at det ikke ville være den store succes. P80. Risen kunne ...
... good cup of brewed coffee.
From here I headed down to Burnham Park which was much nicer than I imagined, having read some negative stuff about it before I came. The flowers and trees are really very beautiful and the fountains are impressive and the boating lake is well kept. A walk around the perimeter was very pleasant and gave me the opportunity to see families enjoying picnics or watching the boats go by. The south end of the park ...
... matter how much you have achieved in life, you are still nothing compared to His creations.
Up there in the clouds 2, 922 meters above sea level, you feel so small yet greatly loved by your Creator. So loved that when you leave the place, only the happiness and gratefulness remains in your heart.... forever
Thanks to Bdoll Barretto for some of the pictures in this article
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... the last evening in Baguio with the Piets. Getting a break from kids, we have coffees at Starbucks (yes! unfortunately they are here too, thank you Mr. Schultz). The coffee shop is located on the site of the former U.S. military base Camp John Hay. It is actually a nice retreat away from the typical busyness of Filipino life. We spend the next two hours in great conversation. It is inspiring to hear the Piets talk about their struggles and ...