The Manor at Camp John Hay
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... the area. We spent half of the day in CJH touring and experiencing some of the offered activities for tourists such as the Tree drop and trekking.
We headed out of CJH for lunch into a local restaurant. Luckily the server is from Panay (Bacolod) so we were treated extra special (more food than necessary). There were only 4 of us in the table but the amount of food can feed at least 6 people. It was then that we decided to play a game meant to finish off all ...
... budget cycle is in effect he would like to help get these needed products to the community members of Tublay that need them the most. Again I am so happy to help facilitate these connections as I truly believe in the Nokero products and have already seen the great impact it can have just at ENCA Farm alone. Nokero is also available at Lag-a-Lag a local outdoor store in Baguio and I will be meeting with the Cordillera Green Network ...
... iyak. Katabi lang namin ng tent ang magugulong iyon kaya hindi kami nakatulog ng maayos.
Kaya naman, pag gising namin ng umaga'y hirap na hirap kami dahil nga sa kulang sa tulog at lamig na lamig pa. But then, hindi parin kami nagpatalo sa hirap na iyon because we all know that its all worth it.
Alas-3 na ng madaling araw ng magsigising kaming lahat para mag-ayos at mag ...
... After browsing the market I headed for the cathedral which is only easy to find after you have found it!! The best way to get to it is the steps from Session Road but don't blink or you will miss them! The cathedral itself is worth seeking out, it is very peaceful inside and nobody seemed to mind me taking one or two photos. After coming down all the steps that I should have gone up I decided it was time to have a coffee. 35 pesos (50p) bought me ...
... the works of artists who make regular appearances to demonstrate their work, give talks and mingle with the visitors. One of them is a restaurant and gift shop. Another is a studio where visitors sit to be portrayed by sketch artists for a small fee
My friend and I climb further up the hill through the winding tracks on muddy and slippery slopes. Handrails, mostly wooden, are placed alongside ...