Egi Albergo Di Ferroca Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Baguio
... to bribe the news people to sit on the top of the van, but they didn’t let me. I ended up placing my left foot on the front passenger side wheel of the news van and my other foot on the driver side front tire and stand during the parade. I was able to see everything.
Even though my legs got sore from standing between the two vehicles so long, it was worth it. There were even times when the people were ...
We often hear the phrase, " you can never go back." This comment ensues that a place you once knew will never be quite the same after a long absence. I am always amazed at the timelessness and near utopia feeling that comes each time I return to ENCA Farm.
I returned to the city yesterday afternoon after spending three magical nights at ENCA Farm. So wonderful to be back to the sacred land and enjoy wonderful conversations and laughter with sweet Auntie Olive. It ...
... fields and infants tied to mothers' backs: nothing like the large scale, industrialized versions that define California's central coast.
Rob also enjoyed an unsolicited head massage from the toddler perched behind him. Seemingly intrigued by the color, texture, or perhaps both, of Rob's hair, the child ran his tiny fingers all over, alternating between petting and patting Rob's huge noggin. I was bemused. Rob, not so much, though he was too polite ...
... restaurant for dinner that night, Oh My Gulay. It's high on the top
floor of this building with an imaginative layout of artsy little nooks and crannies. Art is scattered throughout the restaurant with lofts and balconies surrounding a fairyland atrium in the center.One
could spend hours just walking through the restaurant viewing the art on the walls and stashed in corners. It was great fun and featured many local artists.
... out that cows eat banana peels! This mountain also has some type of pilgrimage with the 14 stations of the cross and a small church. We only saw 3 stations and the church so the rest must have been off a side road. On the way down we got caught in some heavy rain and were pretty wet by the time we made it to the junction in the road to catch a jeepney back into town. A 30 minute ride for two people cost under one dollar!
The following day we went to the hot ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking