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... to head North to Baguio in the Cordilleras.
We went in search of ATM's at the airport and found 5 but none of them were working! Luckily I had some US $ with me so changed some to Peso's. We took a Jeepney to Dau Bus Station. The bus we needed to Baguio didn't go from the airport. It was 50 peso each ( about 80 pence) and after waiting for it to be rammed with passengers off we went.
The journey was only about 15-20 minutes to Dau Bus Station and no sooner had the ...
We're find ourselves waking up early on this second day of our trip, the effects of the time difference cutting our sleep short. Great opportunity to pick up the rental car, so we can hit the road early. We had reserved a minivan, but that terminology obviously has a different meaning on this side of the ocean. Here I find myself driving a 12 passenger 4 row bus. And in typical Filipino fashion, not a particularly new bus. Lukas is quick to check it out, concludes it must be 'at ...
... still didn't find any books on Pinatubo. Dave and I split up when we got there and met back up for lunch. Then we caught a taxi and went to this big store full of crafts from the Philippines. This was a great place to shop with everything marked down 50% off. We had a great time shopping at this store...lots of fun items here...wish we could have brought some of the great furniture home with us. When we finished shopping here, Dave headed back to ...
... lucky enough to get the last bus out of Clark heading for Baguio. I’d been told by a bunch of people that I really wanted to avoid spending a night in Clark if possible. The entire town is geared toward prostitution, and it’s really tough to find a decent hotel that doesn’t use that as its main purpose.
Because I didn’t know which city I’d be in tonight, ...
... time in Sagada, it is really a long way from anywhere and so peaceful. Baguio in comparison is very big but still has many parks and open spaces but also has the other side to it, slum's and poor sanitation where most locals live.
I’ve checked in to a Microtel and going to do some shopping at the sale they have on at the Mall, also they have a cinema there so going to go and relax.
Tomorrow is the leg back to ...
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