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Today it was POURING rain all day. In the morning we went to the orphanage where Jessney lived for a few years, (he did not live in the town where he was born for very long, soon after his parents died he was sent to an orphanage in Baguio.) with some gifts like diapers for the orphanage. We were welcomed in and since quite a few of the people who worked there when Jessney was ...
... told me the lady that tattoos the tribes people is 90 odd years old and is the last one of her kind, I inquired about getting some ink off her if I did make the trip up to the tribe and he seemed to think it would be ok. The trip would take 2 or 3 nights to do it justice and Francis wasn't available to do it for a couple of weeks so we swapped numbers and I'm thinking of going back for this excursion if time allows as it would be pretty amazing. I went to ...
... least four consistent farmers working at ENCA now! It is so wonderful to return and see that each of the resources many of you donated are indeed making a measurable impact and will continue to do so. Thank you all for your support and there are indeed more success stories and improvements to come!
We have enjoyed a relaxing day in Baguio today; we wandered the massive Baguio City market and tonight a private party at a very popular Filipino raegee bar. It is so ...
... bread with something on top. Hihi. :"> After that, we decided to go to The Mansion though most of us saw it already. Just to take some pictures after that, we decided to go to the popular place because of the movies, the Burnham Park. We enjoyed here. Boating and biking here is the best! Hahaha. It was also my first time to taste a "taho" in strawberry flavor. Yum. Yum. :"> After that, Mines view is the next top! A so common thingy to do at ...
... of pesticides and fertilizers in order for the plant to grow. As I wandered the stalls I realized that there was not one organic seed dealer at the entire event. If I could help connect even one US based organic seed company here, the results would be amazing. In talking with participants and visitors at the fair it was apparent that there is a growing movement for organic products. The first way to ensure this movement is sustained is through connecting farmers ...
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