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... Mika Peruda, who meets us in Burnham Park. She is attending school in Baguio to be an airline attendant.
We head to the transient house to unpack and get dinner ready. Jenny Lin makes pork si****ng and the others prepare dinner as well. Her si****ng has a thicker soup from the taro root. But I like it none the less.
After a great supper and a long day I needed to bathe. The shower stall has a large barrel ...
... sharks” with some awesome adventures and fairly mediocre diving in in between.
CHASING WHALE SHARKS
After a couple of days on Palawan Island we flew to Cebu to start looking for whale sharks at Oslob together with Alejandro, a friend from Israel. I knew that they were feeding the whale sharks over here and read some bad reviews, but the experience was worse than I could
ever imagine. We arrived at 6 am together with many local tourists for the ...
... sure Tibetans wouldn’t approve).
After lunch we took jeepsey and went to San Juan, a little town nearby. San Juan or actually San Juan Beach is sought after by surf enthusiast because of its adrenaline-pumping waves. San Juan Beach is only 20 min ride from SF but it gives totally different feeling.
There are just few hotels/resorts on the beach (more hotels and private houses across the street), with plenty of surfing ...
... According to official figures - in 2008 they sent home about US$16 billion.
Our new friend (who needs to save up money for new flight ticket to Hong Kong) was going to north and was so kind to help us with finding the right bus, answering some of our questions about his country, showing us hotels and having dinner when we arrived.
He said the trip will take 4 hours. Fine. We were ready for few more hours to travel. However, we already ...
... in bed at night under cover of darkness.
Baguio is the city we built, we Americans, that is. So I’m staying right across from Burnham Park, which includes a lake with paddle boats and kiddie playgrounds, the whole amusement park feel. It’s been a long time since Clark Air Force base closed, of course, and longer still since the colonial days. But the American influence lives on here. I guess that’s why it took me ...