The Falmouth Inn
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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... the loser then should pay the bill. So yeah, I lost that game. Ugh. Unfortunately, I forgot the name of the restaurant.
We bought souvenirs from the local park just opposite the restaurant where we had lunch. We then proceeded to Mine's View Park where we were treated to the view of the mountains and bought some local delicacies.
That pretty much sums up our stay in Baguio.
* Continue to next post for Day 3-4: Mt. Pulag
... 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 ...
... good cup of brewed coffee.
From here I headed down to Burnham Park which was much nicer than I imagined, having read some negative stuff about it before I came. The flowers and trees are really very beautiful and the fountains are impressive and the boating lake is well kept. A walk around the perimeter was very pleasant and gave me the opportunity to see families enjoying picnics or watching the boats go by. The south end of the park ...
... rise but that minute was very much worth all the difficulties that we went through to witness that momentous event.
When the sun was already shining brightly over the clouds, it was then that I felt how small I am compared to His creations. This is probably the best way to teach the value of humility to young people. I have the feeling that even the richest man in the world will feel belittled by the vastness of the beauty around him. It will make you feel ...
... for the grant and requested to receive tents, material costs to build another nipa hut for tourist lodging, a full medical kit for the farm and a two-way radio for safety and better communication between the farm and those in town. The original amount requested was 80,000 pesos roughly $2,000. Not a large amount, but that does go a long way here in the Philippines. After years of back and forth and limited communication with the Department ...