The Falmouth Inn
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... Baracudas, 2 big GT’s, a hawksbill turtle and a large bumphead parrotfish; at Sargosun a school of big eye trevally, a large grouper and a black frogfish and nothing special at the other site. Apo Island was nice not amazing, but still one of the better days diving I had in the Philippines. I enjoyed diving with Harold’s the service and food was good, dive masters were friendly, helpful and competent and the pricing of dives was better than any of the other ...
... packed with noisy cars, buses and taxis (no trikes because the roads are too steep).
I took a taxi to a hotel we had passed on the bus, and was starving and exhausted when I checked in so thankfully they had a room for me. After a quick bite to eat I fell asleep reading at like 8pm, exhausted from a long day of ...
... the Philippines requires a huge amount of patience. Not my (Bart's) strongest suit. Perhaps the Philippines will have a good effect on me after all. The highway south runs parallel to the coast, and the South China Sea seems too appealing to just drive by. When we stop along the beach for a break, Ava does not waste the opportunity to jump in. Having clothes on does not seem to matter in the fun of jumping over the waves. The boys stay on the ...
... in those relationships rather then material possessions. I told Lola that one way to keep Uncle Cesar alive is through telling these stories. I know the whole family is looking forward to a break from the constant visitors and some rest after an emotionally draining week.
So, hug your loved ones and know that the beauty of life is indeed a gift to be treasured and embraced each day we are blessed with another day here in this world!
Sending love to all,
October 17, 2010
Yesterday we attended our second baby blessing since we have been here. Baby blessings or dedications are held on Saturdays. They are celebrated with the child's first birthday. Both ceremonies were fairly small but the parties afterwords are not. They really go all out. I don’t know where or how they cook that much food but the tables ...
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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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