- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We check out a transient house to look at it before we place a deposit on it for Friday and Saturday night. A transient house here means a house or part of a house that can be rented to stay at for the night(s). The house is located in Baugio City proper where most of the people of Baugio live, and it is not a usual tourist area.
Now that we have a place booked for the weekend, we head to Pangasinan to try to catch ...
... arrived and it was only the following morning when we slept in past 9am (it was still dark) that we realised the window looked out onto an interior wall so no natural light. Still our little cave room was ok, just 2 nights stay.
We had breakfast, the choice was American or Filippino Breakfast, we chose American and wished we hadn’t! It wasn’t great and I didn’t eat it, so maybe the Filippino breakfast next time!
Walking boots on we set off to explore ...
... the coffin of Jessney's birth father.
We then head back to town to swing by the police station. Bart's dad had suggested that if Jessney's birth father had been a police officer, perhaps they still have a photo of him on file. Strategically, Audrey enters the police station with Jessney, with the rest of us staying in TinTin. As they talk, several other police officers, including the chief, join the conversation. Audrey is successful in convincing them of the legitimacy ...
... and I went shopping at Robinson's again...I said I was shopping 'til I dropped, didn't I? When I finally had enough of shopping I went back to the hotel and Dave and I decided to try one more Japanese restaurant right next door to our hotel. This turned out to be really good and we laughed at ourselves for not having tried it sooner. Tomorrow we fly home so we spent the rest of the night packing up and chilling out for the long trip back.
... 8217;t pre-buy a ticket and if I want to catch the 8.30 bus I’d need to be at the station at 6 in the morning! Plus after a quick eyeing of the buses, it was clear I wouldn’t be travelling in the same comfort I was treated to from Manila.
In terms of sight seeing I walked past a not very special Buddhist temple crammed into the crowded city centre and then opted to wander through the ...