Hotel Elizabeth Baguio
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... called Lo-ok, visibility was not great at about 10m, we saw a couple of turtles and some trevallys. We explored around Moal Boal by motorbike, the Kawasan waterfall about half an hour ride from Moal Boal is an beautiful sight, you can swim behind the amazing waterfall, the turquoise water, high waterfall and surrounding jungle looks like a scene from a movie, but it is very touristy with a café at the falls. There are many locals waiting to act as your guide, trying to sell that ...
... markets and a very laid back way of life. After an arduous 10 hours by bus I made it!! Spent a couple of days just chilling hanging around town getting ready for the adventure ahead. When arriving in Baguio it reminds of Puno, Peru minus the lake and as you venture further into her belly she gives way to hill side homes stacked with complete chaos reminiscent of the Rio Flavelas. ...
In the morning we found a place to have breakfast, then spent the morning exploring Vigan. We went to the old roman catholic cathedral, though there was a service going on, so we could not go in very far. After walking through the town we headed back to Baguio. On the way we stopped by the ocean since the road ran along side it. Right away I hopped right into the ocean (with my clothes) and started playing and swimming, though ...
... browsing the shopping mall, the markets and looking around "camp john hay" Its an old US airbase that has a number of restaurants, shops a golf course(I even got hit on the leg by a stray ball) , plenty of activities and walks. There is a place that has a special local chocolate drink which was very nice its like a thicker hot chocolate and can be had in many flavors. Strawberry's are a local item here and I tried a strawberry ice cream sundae on more than ...
... It's blocked with a wooden gate and random chairs. I can spot a fridge and some containers with water bottles stacked aside.
Thinking is overrated.
So, I remove the chairs, rip the gate carefully from its quite primitive moorings and climb inside. A dog is watching this complicated process silently. After sneaking in, I find the fridge locked with a big lock. I open the plastic wrapping of the containers with my little pocket knife and grab two bottles. "Should I leave some ...