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It was wonderful to spend the whole week at ENCA with our student partners from Manila! Since 2010 the Laren Montessori School has brought students twice a year to ENCA Farm. It is part of their field based and experiential education program. What started as two students as grown to 10 for this trip, and it was wonderful to see ENCA serve as a key education space for these teens.
Coming to ENCA provides a unique opportunity for these ...
... a Mitsubishi Pajero owned by DZRH broadcast journalist Henry Araneta, and a Mitsubishi L-300 van owned by UNTV.
There was a seventh vehicle, a Grandia boarded by mediamen, but it
lagged behind and decided to turn around once the passengers sensed what
... beach destination would be too reminiscent, so we have come to the mountains. It's beautiful, the air is clear (apart from in the town centre, where it's clogged with exhaust fumes!) and there are pine trees everywhere. We have no plans yet for our next destination, we're taking it one day at a time really. We spent a couple of days in Manila, not a city that won either of us over. We found it to be dirty, busy and crowded. Manila (and everywhere north ...
An auspicious date today but nothing extraordinary for me. Although I did spent half a day on a bus through Cordilleras' extraordinary mountain valleys, enjoying her stunning landscape. Took the 7 am bus and settled on the left side of the bus (as highly recommended by a Scottish traveller I met at George guesthouse). True enough, left seated passengers were treated to some spectacular mountain landscape with rice terraces ...
The Piet family lives on the easter edge of Baguio in an area called Mines View, a quiet area nestled among the pine trees. John and Kim Piet are American missionaries who have lived in Baguio for about 8 years. John is a pastor, and together they run a small orphanage called Ship. Audrey first met Kim in late 2006 during her initial trip to the Philippines. When we adopted Jess in 2007, we stayed with the Piets during that first week. ...