The Manor at Camp John Hay
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DAY 2: Baguio
*skip to 12 midnight*
After hours of walking and eating in MOA, we
decided to take a taxi at around 10:00 p.m going to Victory Liner Bus
Terminal in Pasay. We should've left earlier because when we arrived at
the said terminal, the First Class bus (the comfiest and with CR) is
already sold-out. We chose the regular bus which cost P455.00. The bus
left Manila around 1:00 a.m and arrived ...
... 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 ...
The City of Pines
Having arrived in Baguio at 2am, I went straight to bed and was up at 7.30 for breakfast of Tapsilog with rice and an egg and plenty of coffee. I'm staying at Iggy's Inn in South Drive. The morning paper brought home the full force of the typhoon and I was beginning to feel very concerned about my friends in Mindoro and the pupils at the school I would be visiting in a few days. Samar and Leyte appeared to heve borne the ...
... DOT) we finally heard we where being awarded the grant the fall of 2009. Then typhoon Ondoy and Peping hit and left the Philippines in shambles for many months, and the already distracted government even more unreachable. But, towards the end of last month Auntie Marilyn accompanied by representatives from the DOT went around Baguio and purchased each of our requests. I personally had given up on this grant ever coming through, being that it had ...