Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza
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Not so bad i you're staying overnight and the cheapest i can find online.
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We slept in a bit at Burnham Suites, but only because we stayed up late the night before. After breakfast we were packing up the vehicle when a street walking vendor is tries to sell us strawberries, which I say I will buy some only if she gets a picture with me. She agrees and even places the basket on her head to carry them on her way. Strawberries are one of the main fruits grown in Baguio.
While snacking on strawberries we head ...
... guide is compulsory. Use a guide if you want to donate some money to the local economy, but a guide is neither necessary nor compulsory. From Moal Boal we went to
Bohol by ferry and took a boat to Cabilao Island a small island close to Bohol. We were the only people staying in our resort, next to the German Polaris dive resort. In front of our bungalow the shallow reef dropped of forming a great wall for diving. We were snorkeling on the drop-off every day and surprising a group ...
... English, it's strange but comforting.
At the second stop a man got on the bus with a crash helmet on, he sat at the back by us. Did he know something we didn't !!?? The driver was crazy, typical Asia, overtaking everything and anything, blind bend...no problem, 2 cars and a jeepney...no problem. I just sat back and relaxed as best I could whilst being thrown around like a rag doll! We arrived into Baguio 5 hours later. The scenery on the way up was stunning. So green and peaceful, ...
... years old (but he is known to exaggerate just a wee bit), has nothing good to say about the 'tin box', and by the time we arrive at the hotel to pick up Audrey and the other kids, has already given the bus the nick name TinTin.
Well, TinTin has lots of room for us 6, including the duffel bags and the hockey sticks!
We head out just as the rush hour reaches its peak. What a zoo. Patience is the only way to keep your sanity.
We drive north out of Manila, hitting ...
... Benguet Tivangdal bank account opened and visit the bamboo demo farm before I leave next week. While it is always difficult to leave the Philippines I hope to be back in early 2012 and am leaving with great news of developments at ENCA Farm and continued opportunities for partnership building and networks to build at home and locally.
Hope you are all well and more news to come before I fly out on the 17th!
Love to all,