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... had risen to 57, as confirmed by Chief Superintendent Josefino Cataluna of the Philippine National Police.
... about midday. We walked through Burnham Park. It was similar to Peasholm Park, Scarborough with its lake and boats, but there were millions of different types of bikes to hire. There wasn't much space to ride and we were feeling lazy so we didn't bother with biking or rowing boat.
The streets were busy, but not nearly as bad as Manila. I loved just ambling about, watching everybody dart around. We went to the mall as our SD reader had bust. We got the bits ...
... we walked around that first day we passed the University of the Cordillera and a sign posted outside announcing a lecture by a guest speaker about "the heart of an entrepreneur." It sounded pretty interesting and we both thought that it would be an all-around interesting experience so we asked the guards as the entrance if it would be possible for us to attend. They were very friendly but couldn't answer and eventually we got passed along to the Dean ...
... small businesses are open today and there are small boats taking to the sea.
We've just been to the evacuation centre to see what we could do to help today. They are waiting for a new batch of bags to come in to bag up more rations, a boat is coming tomorrow from Puerto Princesa bringing food and supplies. So for the time being there wasn't a lot we could do. There are huge sacks of rice and boxes and boxes of bottled water stacked up in the ...
... So cool - Joel was very helpful finding accommodation in Baguio - his friend gave us a lift - instead of low budget hostel ended up in Hotel Veniz - very nice - it's clearly colder than in Manila, only about 20 *C - went to a nice pub for dinner - SICK OF RICE ALREADY - went to local flea market - slept like a log first time since arrival in the ...
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