Forest Inn Baguio
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... along with a band, and a lot of visitors. We spent the next couple days walking around the smoggy but nice parks, checking out the big SM mall (mostly because they had easy cheap food and a grocery store with things like real cheese and yogurt) and getting our visas renewed. Next weekend was the Flower Parade so we decided to try to arrange a couch-surf home stay for the weekend and to head out of the city to San Fernando for a couple days of ...
... this now from Manila, with the luxury of TV, we are now starting to realise the full extent of the devastation. Having seen it with our own eyes, we realise just how lucky we were. I am so proud of how the UK – and indeed the world – is responding with aid.
Anything you can afford to give WILL make a difference. I donated through DEC - http://www.dec.org.uk
Whilst in Coron I ...
... I wish you a beautiful day anyway!)
UPDATE: Dinner was quite nice at the hotel. Rob had the Thanksgiving set special which came with a salad + seafood cake (like a crabcake), pumpkin chowder, salmon wrapped in filo pastry, and a chocolate souffle with ice cream. I had French onion soup and Chicken Cordon Bleu, both of which were pretty decent.
What was better was the wonderful ambiance. We sat on the verandah of ...
... means the roads are steep, crisscrossing, zigzagging, confusing switchbacks that meant getting lost was easy and a lot of work when we had to backtrack. We used taxis in the town a lot more than we normally do because of it.
Baguio is also the most air-polluted town we have been to in the Philippines. We thought by heading up into the hills we were going to find fresh mountain air...soooo wrong! The air was THICK with black, stinky ...
... is in church, mind you, quite the opposite. No, they’re everywhere, filling the streets and filling the parks, making the smallest stroll difficult, if you’re in a hurry. It seems everybody’s got a babe in arms, if not a couple in tow, if not a little tribe of pot-bellied poopers spread out following in wing formation like ducks on a pond. This seems like nothing so much as a nation of teenagers, learning their ...
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