Benguet Pine Tourist Inn
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... community training with the wind blowing and beautiful mountains on both sides I thought to myself…this is why we travel… this is why we return to a place we love… to feel the excitement and joy that comes from simple moments like riding a jeepney through rural communities that are actively working to build a better life for themselves! This is why I am lucky enough to call this small part of the world a second home!
... to Sagada. The ride was unbelievable rocky and we had to travel slowly.
We visited a few tombs in two major locations. The first was Tinongchol Burial Rock and the other was on Mt. Timbac. It was strange to see how the bodies were preserved inside the coffins. Our guide went inside the tombs and actually opened up the coffins so that we can see inside. My creepiest moment was in our first tomb and we had to climb a ladder to see ...
... We go to the home of uncle's cousin Tita Nori then to his neices (my second cousins) Tita Nori Santiago, Jenny Lin Santiago and son Rhoan Xyrick (6), Rosalie Baldazo and daughter Aliah Rose (3). They keep calling him lolo (usually for grandparents generation) but he keeps telling them he doesn't feel that old and that Tito (uncle) is fine.
After another two hour mountainous and twisting ride to the outskirts of Baguio, ...
... it gets so hot down there. So no one is sure how deep it is - I wonder if it goes all the way down to the core of the earth? That's what volcanoes do, right? Apparently some days people can swim in the lake, but when we went the sulfur and boron rates were incredibly high, so it would be dangerous to do so. Of course by the time I learned this I had already put my feet in the water - whoops. Anyways, the pictures can probably do more justice to this place than my descriptions, so ...
8 – La Rock – it reminds me of little hotels on Greek Islands; beautiful, family kind of place; with German and Filipino friendly owners.
Any bus that goes from Manila to Vigan or Laoag will stop in San Fernando. It’s difficult to say how long it might take – anything from 5 to 7-8 hours.
Jeepney from San Fernando (about 10 peso) – ask for San Juan ...
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