Prince Plaza Hotel
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... Without Borders
announced that at least 12 of the victims were journalists, making this
the deadliest such incident in the history of news media.
The National Union of Journalists in the Philippines originally ...
... off at the mains, we then realised that was because somebody had spotted a leak. Ronald gave some more orders Tagalog (native Filipino language) and literally two minutes later another guy turned up with 1m of 10mmx2mm and wrapped it around the leak to seal it, job done! Although we have had a couple of teething problems with the house, being the first to live there, things are sorted out remarkably quickly.
Washed and ready the three of us ...
Once a year Baguio puts on Panangbenga, the Flower Festival. We managed to arrange a couchsurf for Saurday and Sunday nights and so we went back to the city to catch the float parade. Our host was a spunky lady named Lee. We stayed at her house along with her Sister and Brother-in-law and autistic nephew. I think couchsurfing is such a great experience and this was no exception. Lee was a great host and we really enjoyed getting to see Baguio through ...
... rin samin ang yaman ng kagubatan ng Mt. pulag, kung saan makikita ang ilang mga halaman na maaaaring dito lamang makikita, at hayop na akala nami'y extinct na, yun pala ay hindi.
After Orientation, ready na kaming umakyat ng Bundok. But we still need to travel by jeep for another hour going to Ranger Station where we will be having ...
... this now from Manila, with the luxury of TV, we are now starting to realise the full extent of the devastation. Having seen it with our own eyes, we realise just how lucky we were. I am so proud of how the UK – and indeed the world – is responding with aid.
Anything you can afford to give WILL make a difference. I donated through DEC - http://www.dec.org.uk
Whilst in Coron I ...