Hotel Elizabeth Baguio
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... students to learn first hand how most of their peers live throughout the country. Learning to cook their own meals together as a group, experience life without electricity, identify where their food and water comes from, and participating first hand in the daily aspects of farm work provides invaluable learning and life lessons. Each morning after preparing their breakfast we would head to the fields to weed the garden beds that where fallow for ...
... 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
We have hit the road and are traveling throughout Northern Luzon, and although I miss hanging out in Jay and Grace's little slice of Paradise in Aurora, it is fun to be out and about again. This segment began with some adventurous transportation (as many travel stories do, I suppose). Usually when we go from the ranch to Baler we borrow/rent a motorbike because we are going roundtrip, this time we needed to get to town and catch a bus out of town, and ...
... wasn't really affected by the typhoon.
So here is the 'evacuation' part of our adventure, which brings you up to date with us!
Sunday 10 November
There is talk of a military plane coming to the island to bring supplies and the suggestion that it may be able to take tourists back to Manila. It's all very uncertain though, so we just have to wait and see what news comes.
Today feels like a step forward. People are out ...
... into the lush valleys.
Six hours later, we rolled into Baguio which looked like a slice of Manila transplanted into the Cordilleras. Baguio is one of the most unique cities I have visited. Besides being nested high up in the mountain region, the urban sprawl of Baguio spreaded as far as my eyes can see beyond the smog. Yes, they even brought the smog from Manila. On the adjacent valleys, images of rice terraces ...