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Travel Blogs from Baguio
Back in Baguio. We are here one more day before we head back to Manila. We plan to have an easy day catching up and spending time with the Piets. Brock, the Piets' son, invites Lukas to come along bowling with some friends. Eight 'mk'-s (missionary kids) and Luke meet downtown and have a blast. Lukas ends up haggling with street vendors and buys 2 pairs of fake RayBan sunglasses and some earbuds for his iPod. All for 100 pesos, about 2.5 bucks. He feels ...
... took me through a grave yard in to echo Vally where the hanging coffins were located, These were much better to look at than the first set of hanging coffins as they were painted in bright colours and some were only a few years old. apparently people can still be suspended here but it comes at a price of approximately 20 pigs and 60 chickens to be sacrificed to the gods. I carried on trekking around for another few hours then I picked up a huge round of ...
On Monday we rose fairly early and headed north to Baguio City and my second home in Tublay. I was anxious to get settled in Acop once again and see the wonderful Cosalan Family. As we entered the gate to Lola Carmen's compound my little host cousin Shiosa came out and ran to our cousin's house yelling Manang (old sister) Sherry is here!! Quite an arrival and always so fun to be back with Shiosa and the entire Cosalan family. Matt and Lindsay have both heard so ...
Greeting's to All-
I am sorry there has been such a gap between my entries. In many ways it feels like I have done nothing the last few weeks, but when I sit down and prepare to write an entry I realize how busy I have been. Last week I made an unexpected and productive trip to Manila for a trade fair that ENCA was selling its products at (Organic Coffee and Rice). In classic Filipino style I was informed of the event the day before we had to leave. I ...
1/2 Kilo Chicken (Usually in the philippines you would use chicken parts still on the bone, this kind of freaks Rene and I out so we used chicken fillets that we bought at the grocery store)
1/2 cup cut onions
1 cup cut potatoes
1 tsp fresh ginger diced very fine
2 cloves garlic
1/2 cup carrots
Cut chicken into 2 inch pieces. Boil chicken in 2 cups ...