Travel Blogs from Baguio
... 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 ...
... ENCA Farm. This partnership was established three years ago and is going strong. ENCA serves as an important educational space for city kids to learn about organic farming, environmental education, and gain a new perspective from their life in Manila.
Thanks to the generosity of Friends of ENCA Farm donors I also delivered solar powered light bulbs and cell phone chargers to ENCA Farm. NOKERO (www.nokero.com) is a fellow tenant at the Posner Center ...
... downpour aside, we safely got out of the bus into a passing cab which whisked us out of Baguio's busy city center to the quiet rolling hills of Camp John Hay, a former US military site turned tourist destination. Late last night while researching accommodation options, I came across a deal for the newest hotel at this highland retreat. And, upon realizing that today, in USA time, is actually our civil marriage anniversary, I decided to splurge and book us ...
... to admit I was an American in this town.
We ended up staying at the America Hotel in an “Executive Suite” complete with giant wall mirror
angled for the best view of the bed. When this hotel was new, it was probably pretty upscale and it has a lot of American features such as a real bath tub but, it is pitifully run down at this point and there was no way I would take an actual bath in that tub. It had a nice big ...
... cooked, served, ran games, led worship and carols, gave gifts for 1200 all on the little back lawn at the Ministry "office". There were 4 parties...so not the whole 1200 at once!!! 300 at a time was plenty! Most of the children would not usually have enough food daily, and no gifts at Christmas. It was a privalege to see their faces ( and their parents!) as they played and ate and recieved a gift of love.
The youth who have been in training this year played a ...
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