Forest Inn Baguio
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... that my friends are distributing the bulbs locally it is viable option for these communities to access the bulbs and I am excited to help facilitate this process.
Our other cousin Dimples, who is a fantastic chef, also gave a cooking demo for the community. She showed them how to prepare squash soup, malungay pesto (an alternative to basil which is harder to come by) and homemade salad dressing made with kalimansi juice (local lime). It was ...
... and coffins. Half my body was inside and it was relatively dark. As I scanned the tomb to see where the bodies were I was shocked to find two of them right in front of me. Glad I didn't fall off. I tried to take pictures but for some strange reason the camera wouldn't work. It freaked me out as I obsessively clicked the camera button and it only worked when I wasn't pointing at the mummies. After that scare we continued on with the rest ...
We leave Tatay's house at 4:15am to get an early start on traveling as we need to pick up some of uncle Louie's cousin and nieces in Cabanatuan. Its raining in Magsaysay for the first time since I've been at the house. I'm surprised how cool it is as well, I had to put on jeans and a sweater to stay warm even though its 22 deg C. I must be getting acclimatize to the Philippines. Coming home to -30 deg C weather will be difficult. The ...
... in lahar that very little of the original earth is visible. In fact, as we were approaching the crater lake, we kept asking our driver which mountain was Pinatubo, to which he would respond vaguely, pointing to a general area with tons of peaks. Finally, we realized that he was so vague about it because what used to be Pinatubo no longer exists - it destroyed itself in the explosion. Pinatubo now consists of the crater lake, surrounded by peaks of lahar. Streams fed by the crater ...
... such is the impact of the ocean. We have breakfast, lunch and dinners looking at the biggest screen through one of the resorts’ huge window – ocean with no beginning and no end; limitless; at times calm, at times wild; holding its secrets and hiding deep inside; unknown; welcoming; loving; angry; taking lives and giving births; containing lives; bringing pleasure, sometimes tears… Aren’t we all like the ocean?
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