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Travel Blogs from Baguio
... I wonder why they bother at all if they are not going to be thorough. To the left of the checkpoint was a drivers room for those who could afford the luxury.
We went for an Italian. We got our hopes up prematurely though. We should have known better having not seen any Italians for a while.
We came across a closed road on the way back, rammed full of people. It was a night market. Clothing and trinkets started at 12p with 95% of ...
... at the terminal on March 31st at 1130am. Lucky for us by 115pm it was full with 13 adults, 2 kids and a driver ready for Kabayan.
Our drive was full of curves and a lot of rough patches specially closer to the town. I felt sick most of the ride. Lucky I didn't throw up and slow us down. It took 3.5hrs to get there and the roads weren't too bad but you can see in a number of areas where piles of rocks and dirt ...
... the Philippines. I can’t believe that the costs are so high, no wonder most people don’t have refrigerators or ovens. It would take an average worker half a year’s wages just for a full size refrigerator.
We leave the mall and head to Tondaligan beach, as I’ve asked to see the sunset in the ocean in the Philippines one more time. We play at Tondaligan beach in the Lingayen Gulf and watch the ...
... that ENCA will always be. Uncle Bob's craftsmanship’s has completed the newest lodging at the farm. A two story red hut now complete with a kitchen, running water, beautiful windows all around that allow for natural daylight, and second story sleeping quarters including a loft. This is a wonderful addition to the farm providing accommodations to WWOOFers and paying visitors. The farm is preparing for students from Manila to arrive next month for their annual ...
... cretin! Long story and all that, our poor host had to come out in the smashing rain with a child's umbrella and let us back in! Well it's never a dull moment when I'm around.
By the morning the wind and rain had ceased and left us with sunshine and breeze. We walked up the beach to have some breakfast and enjoy the view some more before heading back to the resort where I met the professional surfer who's family owned the resort. I needed little convincing and ...
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