The Falmouth Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Falmouth Inn Baguio
The room was covered in black mould, especially the bathroom. The smell made it very difficult to sleep. At 800 pesos a night I would have expected much better than that. No internet, no breakfast, nothing at all.
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... more on top - on mountain edge roads dont forget - you are probably still busy fighting for your own life than to be bothered about the rights of a pig. We've seen a lot of people riding the tops of jeepneys. We've seen jeepneys filled with loose potatoes or pigs while the humans prefer the thrill and danger of the ride on top. Carefree, reckless, yes Banaue was different. And we loved it.
And we loved it all the way back to Baguio, eyes wide open this time taking ...
... altså igen smmaen med en masse myg. Jeg er nu - beabsichlich - så langt ude på landet, at man ikke kan få fritter og, at der i en by på størrelse med Skive, ikke findes et værtshus, hvor jeg i fred kan nyde en øl. Men en 7-eleven klarer nøden og der er heller ingen ...
... Around 5pm pa lamang ata yun.
Maya-maya ay ginising ako ni Ernest dahil kita daw ang sea of clouds mula sa aming Camp Site. HIndi na namin pinalagpas ang pagkakataon at nagpapicture ako kasama ang magandang mga ulap na nasa likuran ko non.
Ilang Sandali pa lamang ay nagyaya na ang aming mga tour guide na maghapunan. ...
... some interesting carvings and artwork in the small cafe at the exit of the attraction.
From the village I walked back down the hill to the nearest jeepney stop and took the jeepney to the plaza and walked again around Burnham Park. it was a much brighter day and the park looked beautiful with the bright blue sky above. i took a taxi back to the hotel and picked up my bags and proceeded to Victory Bus Terminal to take the bus to Mabalacat.
... the Net’s up at least half the time, like flickering consciousness, so that has to suffice as my little patch of blue on a day like today. Hopefully the sun will be out tomorrow, so I can get out and see some landscape. That’s my porn, and my Bible, and most everything in-between. Where I’m heading is nothing if not exotic, the Ifugao rice fields. Stay tuned. I’m finally past my jet lag, and now my trip is half over. ...