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Travel Blogs from Baguio
We took a short stroll in the surrounding area, and so far, we're completely enamored. No humidity, no heat, no noise. As I sit here blogging at 5000ft, all I hear are the sounds of crickets, the gentle sound of the wind through the pine forest outside our window, and the occasional neigh of horses bridled at the stables below.
Serenity: So much easier talked about than experienced. I'm glad we found a sliver of it. Definitely money well ...
... pretty good. We had dinner and then closed ourselves up in our room and watched TV the rest of the night...and in case any of you are wondering...no, we did not take advantage of the big mirror...the room was just too scuzzy for romance...the sheets were clean though. It wasn't as bad as the hotel from hell in Miri, Borneo (see Borneo blog: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/lilly_annew/4/1264700882/tpod.ht ml.)
... I'll be back there again before I fly to Perth.
So, it's been two nights without a bed! When I board my flight to Manila, I think I head bob for the whole flight. I had ten minutes left on a football podcast and I must have tried to listen to it 15 times, but each time I dropped off!
Now, I've been through three sets of ear plugs this year, you know, for my itouch. I was disappointed to hear my ...
... his bed and started ticking his feet. Well I have never seen him move so fast! Ha ha. If he starts the London marathon like that, he will surely win! Maybe Anna should dress up as a spider and chase him around the course!
So that was our stop over in Baguio. It was another brilliant day. See you up higher in the mountains!
Love Paul, Karen, Ashley & Anna ...
... cinema in Bkk – to see ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ – and discovering that I no longer needed to don spectacles. My long sight has improved with age.
- Eating the delicious food in Georgetown, Penang.
- Pub quizzes in Bangkok We won 2 out of 3.
- Experiencing the night sleeper trains from KL to Butterworth and from Hat Yai to Bangkok. Both trains were very cheap and comfortable.
Now I have ...
- Free parking
- Pets allowed