Travel Blogs from Baguio
... After browsing the market I headed for the cathedral which is only easy to find after you have found it!! The best way to get to it is the steps from Session Road but don't blink or you will miss them! The cathedral itself is worth seeking out, it is very peaceful inside and nobody seemed to mind me taking one or two photos. After coming down all the steps that I should have gone up I decided it was time to have a coffee. 35 pesos (50p) bought me ...
... we went to a bible study which Mr. Piet runs. It is just down the street. Some of the kids from the orphanage came as well as Christine. Oh, did I mention that one of the boys in the orphanage is deaf? It was still pouring rain by the time we got back from the service and even in just the short run/walk back we all got soaked. Anyway that evening we all hung out and went to bed ...
... guide" so who was I to argue? I saved myself 800 peso and the man even showed me the route to take. Sagada had a laid back mountain town feel to it and it was a very nice place to just walk around looking at the cliffs, rice terraces and just watching village life go by. I came to the first set of hanging coffins and they wernt really that impressive in my opinion but as they were on the way to the cave full of coffins they are worth a look and picture. Next ...
... the property to see where the former road was destroyed during the deadly typhoon that occurred in 2009. The typhoon caused such powerful landslides that homes, farms, and roads were completely demolished. The former road and surrounding area is so badly damaged that it may never be repaired, meaning that lola (grandma) Carmen the namesake of the farm and matriarch of the family can no longer visit the land that she and her husband built up over ...
... Chinatown. They were very beautiful to see.
On Saturday, Laura headed to Davao (a city in the Southern Philippines) with some family friends, so Joe and I planned a trip to the beach. We headed up to La Union, an area about six hours north of Manila. La Union is the surf capital of the Philippines, so it was a very laid back area with lots of beaches and resorts. It was nice to hang out for a ...
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