The Manor at Camp John Hay
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... We had been so lucky in Banaue. This was no time to push our luck and besides, the ATM and the NYE conundrums really needed sorting.
So we were first on the van at 7am watching the mountain kids standing around feeding on the local drug of choice. Moma. AKA Betel nut mixed with lime and tobacco. The qat of Banaue, though I suspect qat is many times superior. They were, however, all at it, chewing and spitting it out all day long. Banaue is plastered in notices ...
... of the national elections in 2010.
The people killed included Mangudadatu's wife, his two sisters,
journalists, lawyers, aides, and motorists who were witnesses or were
mistakenly identified as part of the convoy.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) ...
... this city.
I took the jeepney back to The Plaza and walked to the large SM Mall. The Shopping Centre has some outdoor promenades om both sides of the building that boast some very impressive views over the city. There are four floors of shops and plenty of places to eat. Finishing touches were being put to the Christmas trees and displays in the large modern mall. From the top floor there are amazing views of the city centre with ...
... lucky enough to get the last bus out of Clark heading for Baguio. I’d been told by a bunch of people that I really wanted to avoid spending a night in Clark if possible. The entire town is geared toward prostitution, and it’s really tough to find a decent hotel that doesn’t use that as its main purpose.
Because I didn’t know which city I’d be in tonight, ...
... staff doing work to restore the mummies, but I was lucky enough to be allowed to take a rare photo with one of the older ones. Three hours round trip, sunburned to a crisp, really glad I did it :)
Got back to the highway with a half hour to spare before the next Sagada bus came past. Yay! Another long bus ride, took over the rear bench and listen to some tunes as the bus followed a narrow and winding road along a cliff face with rice terraces down below.