Benguet Pine Tourist Inn
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... Business College who was hosting the event. She was very friendly and enthusiastic and basically said, "how can I say no?" She gave us her cell number in case we needed anything and told us to be back at a certain time and she would tell the guards to expect us. We came back at the specified time and she actually met us outside and walked in with us, along with about 300 students all in uniforms. The whole experience was fascinating, from getting ...
... There was also a black board with a list of casualties and missing people. There have been about 8 casualties so far, including twin baby boys, and one person still missing. According to the information there, 90% of houses have been affected. It's pretty hard to take in. A co-ordinator came over to thank us profusely for our help. They are so grateful. We just wish we could do more.
What amazes me the most is the local people. They are ...
... I enjoyed today, making a repeat visit to Bellfrei Spa. We started off with the 1-hour long "Foot Relax" package (300pesos or US$7.30), which... is essentially foot reflexology, but with attention to your legs, arms and back too. Rob then went to Starbucks, supposedly to use the Wifi to blog (didn't happen), while I continued with a Hot Stones Massage (700pesos or US$17).
It's my first experience with Hot Stones, and maybe ...
... of which can be made with tap water at some place that tends to cater to the general public and not tourists. I ended up sleeping most of the day while my stomach rejected everything I tried to put in it.
The next morning I was feeling better, still not back to normal but, at least I wasn't constantly fighting the nausea. So, we packed up and caught the bus to Baguio. It took us seven hours to get to Baguio instead of ...
... egg fu yung, this exercise takes on renewed importance, especially since I know there’s a dish in Indonesia called fu yung hai, served on all the same menus that include cap cai.
Now I don’t know much Mandarin and even less Cantonese… but I DO know that cai means vegetables and so does choy, I think, so the fact that that’s what they gave me when I ordered chop suey should come as no surprise, especially ...
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