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Travel Blogs from Baguio
... away. The whole process takes about 4 hours and we are on our way to Pangasinan.
I missed the sunset into the ocean but catch a glimpse of it at the Dagupan fish market. However, the smell of fish and other ocean creatures from the markets and vendor stands over powered the scenery. Uncle buys some fresh milkfish for us to eat in Magsaysay and we drive back to Tatay's house about 4 hours away, where we get there at 2am and ...
... a wedding taking place when we got there so we sat and watched for a while. The bride looked stunning. We got some good photo’s of the City from up there.
Next a stop at a café for drinks, Lemonada at Oh My Gulay Restaurant, this is a bizarre café , very quirky on the top floor of a shopping centre and inside there is a small pond with goldfish, half a ship and native wood furniture ,its vegetarian with an art gallery. We had a snack and drinks and read the guide book, where ...
... what was happening, we all find ourselves welcomed inside this small house, and various family members appear out of nowhere. The small room fills quickly with dozens of people, all curious to see what is going on. Audrey is focussing on her conversation with the older lady, clearly the family matriarch. More people gather outside the house. Word travels fast. We are shown two small passport size portrait photos of Jessney's birth father - one with him in army uniform, a second ...
... set out for you is part and parcel.
Into a taxi. Out of a taxi. Into another taxi, on meter. Stayed in taxi. He has the worst radio station I've ever heard on. The woman and topics of discussion are almost Partridge comical.
We arrived at the station and I got out of the taxi. I must have still been pretty tired because I went over and handed 150php to the taxi driver who was stood just by me on the platform. Having paid him I turned round to Charlotte ...
... nice little artist village with authentic indigenous huts perched on a very green hilltop. The name of the village means vantage point but unfortunately I got there shortly after the afternoon mist washed across the city reducing visibly to literally about twenty metres. It made the village a little more beautiful, albeit without any views, and walking along the tracks through the small jungle it was easy to forget I ...
- Free parking
- Pets allowed