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After arriving in Manilla we took a taxi across the city to the bus terminal, we decided not to stop in Manilla having heard loads of bad things about it. As soon as we jumped in the taxi the driver locked all the doors and warned us about walking about at night, the traffic was gridlocked with people everywhere. We decided we made a good decision …
Last weekend I enjoyed two days in Baguio City before heading to Sagada to connect with my dear friend Siegrid and her family for the last four days. On Saturday I made camp at Bliss Café, a peaceful vegetarian Buddhist oasis in the city where I spent a lot of time during my Peace Corps days. The owners Jim (American) and Shanti (Filipina) have become dear friends over the years and it was wonderful to sit there most of the afternoon connecting with old friends. I was able ...
... hostel had a kitchen we could cook our own food in so we had bought some mung beans, garlic, ginger and rice from the local market ready to feast but when asked about the cooking facilities, we were denied that option as the resort now has a diner. Our hostess did try to accommodate us but then when we came to cook we were told we couldn't by another member of staff. I asked her to check with the hostess and she just said "no"! Eventually we were given the green light and ...
... quite well. Down in the cave we saw some more coffins, I am sure we haven't taken enough photos!!
Our walk to find the rice terraces along a dirt track was not to be as we ended up in a valley, passing a few moody looking cows so we headed back past the church and went along the road, the proper way!
We found a path to the waterfall and had lovely views of the rice terraces. As it was Sunday there were families swimming at the base of the waterfall ...
... ang pinaka napansin ko rito ay ang linamnam ng manok na aking natikman.
May isa pang lasang natikman ko sa pinikpikang ito. Hinaluan pala nila ito ng Etag. Ang Etag ay smoked meat, popular daw itong isinasahog sa tinola. Ang karneng ito ay napaka alat at ang smokey flavor nito ay napaka tapang, lasang lasa ito.
220Php bawat kilo nito, hindi na ...
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