The Baden Powell Inn

Address: 26 Governor Pack Road Cor., Session Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 26 Governor Pack Road Cor., Session Road, Baguio.
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      A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 22, 2014

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      ... br> When I finally get back to the house Rosalie made Adobo and Jennylin made Kangkong for dinner. I place water heaters in a barrel of water then go to the dinner table and inhale the food after the long day. It has been over an hour with the water heaters in the barrel so I decide to wash up. It ends up being the hottest “bathe” session I’ve had in the Philippines, it was even hotter than the hot ...

      Mount Pinatubo

      A travel blog entry by hensleigh on Jun 18, 2013

      3 comments, 19 photos

      ... was a lazy man's "trek", by the way - they drove us 20 kilometers and we hiked one kilometer to the crater lake), the more barren the landscape became. I tried to order the photos in a way that you can see the progression - the beginning of the drive was pretty green, with plenty of trees, and then it started to look like the freakin moon. All of the mountains and hills in the pictures are actually made of lahar (volcanic ash and rock)- the area was so completely destroyed ...

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      ... 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 ...

      Foggy Baquio

      A travel blog entry by ulka on Sep 29, 2012

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      ... computers (with facebook, and other sites blocked in Red Country), being free with their thoughts… To see them being so helpful, kind to strangers, open to talk is simply so amazing, almost to the point of shock.
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