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Travel Blogs from Baguio
... road because otherwise there is way to much traffic) to a tourist attraction that was an place that they had taken some old native huts and reconstructed them there. After seeing the huts we went to an weaving shop where you could watch the ladies weave and also buy things. We watched them weave and make the already made fabric into things for a while, then continued on our way. Back at the Piets we spent the rest of the day ...
... the path that led to the cave, It was so quiet there wasn't any other person in sight, I thought maybe there will be people at the cave but I was wrong I arrived in the entrance of the cave and it was just me and id say over a hundred coffins. I was impressed with it to be honest and had a good look round and a closer peak at the coffins and the carvings on the lids of some of them It felt a little eiry but that just added to the experience. The next part of ...
... and Lindsay got a good taste of the dichotomies of existence that are ever present there. Between the abundance of things to be purchased at the various malls we entered, walking the gritty streets of the city near Rizal Park and Intumurros (the old Spanish City), our fresh fish dinner at the dampa near Mall of Asia and the most difficult to see the extreme poverty of the street families outside the Pension we stayed at, I feel they got a good taste of what Manila is ...
... Father and the Elder that is doing the blessing, in front of a loving and supportive congregation. I like that at home the congregation is included and the child is welcomed into the community, it is not simply the family that participates. There is, however, something incredibly powerful in seeing every single adult member, if not the entire family, surrounding the child. ...
... and pineapple chunks with some of the juice
Boil until potatoes are tender and sauce is a little thicker, eat over steamed white rice.
Papa Chito's Chicken Adobo
(This can be made with pork or beef as well. It is sort of the national Philippine dish. Also eat of a bed of steamed white rice......all Filipino food is eaten with steamed white rice.)
This recipe made enough for Rene and I with a little left ...
Other places to stay in Baguio
24 Session Road, Baguio | Innfrom $25