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Travel Blogs from Baguio
... be unlucky, the hotel didn't have floor 4, 14 or 24 and on the flight no one was in rown 14. The don't have row 13 either so quite a few rows were empty.
After a bumpy flight we arrived at Clark Airport, Philippines. This airport used to be the American Airforce base and there is evidence everywhere. The road signs, the drive ins and diners and the Jeepneys used for local transport, all left over from the American Army. Clark is 2 hours North of Manila. This suited us fine as we ...
... blowing internal design.
City Mall in the center of the town has plenty of restaurants and cafes.
From Manila overnight bus – Partas line.
From Clark Airport – jeepney to downtown Dau (50 peso) and then bus, 4-6 hours (300 peso). $1-about 40 peso.
As we found out, we could not buy bus tickets in advance. We had to come an hour earlier or just before the bus was leaving and hope that there will be seats available. ...
... restaurant this time and it was OK but, the lunch at Spa Town was so much better. Tomorrow is our last day so we plan to shop 'til we drop...I'm looking forward to that.
Tue, Mar 20, 2012
Today we went to the Mall of Asia because it has, reportedly, the biggest book store in the Philippines. Dave is looking for books on Mt. Pinatubo and so far we haven't found one book on the eruption. This is also a very big mall ...
... and checked in for my flight with about an hour to spare. I used the time to try and figure out what I was going to do when I land in Clark. I didn’t figure anything out.
I got off the plane in Clark, breezed through immigration and my bag was the fourth one to come off the belt, so I was out of there like a flash. I hopped in a Jeepney and went straight to the bus terminal ...
OK, so I havent written anything for a while. I blame my busted up computer and our busy schedule. Now I have no excuse, I have my amazing new computer.
A few weeks ago marked our 5 month mark. Already half way done. Its a wierd feeling.
The past month seems like a whirlwind of non stop action. MEADS classes with Andrew Bolton and Paul Hardwick, typhoon relief, vacation to the northern coast of Luzon, visit from the WSC intern, ...