Travel Blogs from Baguio
... establishments that will hire you a bike, trike and all manner of pedal vehicles. It was refreshing to see children and young people of all ages enjoying such simple pleasures.
Having visited the park I made my way up to Session Road to the jeepney terminals. If you are not a local it is very confusing as to where to get on a bus for your chosen destination. after asking several people and drivers, I alighted a jeepney heading to ...
... visit. With boxes of diapers in hand (yes, even diapers can be used as a gentle bribe to get us in the door in case we were considered not welcome), we arrived at RSCC around 11ish. We had no idea how our visit was perceived and whether the door would be open. But stepping though the puddles that covered most of the road, we were pleased to see the security guard open the gate as soon as he saw us. Good sign. At the front door stood a familiar face from ...
... took me through a grave yard in to echo Vally where the hanging coffins were located, These were much better to look at than the first set of hanging coffins as they were painted in bright colours and some were only a few years old. apparently people can still be suspended here but it comes at a price of approximately 20 pigs and 60 chickens to be sacrificed to the gods. I carried on trekking around for another few hours then I picked up a huge round of ...
... lag of the journey.
Matt and Lindsay arrived to Manila at 4:30 am last Sunday from Saigon. In classic Sherry form, I greeted them at the airport in nearly head to toe orange and my tour-guiding role began! After catching a few more hours of sleep we braved the packed rainy streets of Manila.... and of course the malls! I have spent very little time in Manila and therefore I am not the most confidant tour guide, but for spending less then 24 hours in the city I ...
... real safari treat, looking up at the walls with stuffed animals that you normally see in the zoo or in the safari. I loved the place at first site, beside they have a very big fireplace where I love to sit for coffee. would want to keep going back to that place.
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24 Session Road, Baguio | Innfrom $25