El Cielito Hotel Baguio
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... 5:00 a.m. Turns out
the regular bus isn't at all bad, it was actually very cold; and despite the uncomfortable seats I got 4 good hours of shut-eye.
I estimated the temperature to about 13-15 °C when we arrived in Baguio and it was still dark so we decided to head straight to our hotel to check-in and rest for a bit before exploring the City of Pines.
A friend, RJ, who resides in Baguio pre-booked our hotel for us so there were no fuss ...
On Monday we were given notice that Typhoon Glenda is headed to the Philippines and expected to hit Manila midafternoon. The Typhoon slowed down and took another full day to "hit". On Tuesday night into Wednesday, the winds started to pick up and the rain was more consistent. Around 4:30am the lights in the office started to flicker and it even went dark a few times. When the sun came up we were better able to see the ...
... to breathe heavily and her heart began to race. Her anxiety kicked in but as she started to panic she grabbed the instructor and he was able to take her hand and help her calm down. Luckily this all happened towards the end of the dive so we were ready to surface and she was okay! Definitely a bit of a scare and even more so because we were sitting 20m below the surface!
That afternoon we rented a scooter and decided to explore the island. There were a couple beautiful ...
... shook the ground as it drove past, and tore up some if the pavement when it took off. I am thinking of (and by that I mean funds permitting, that's what I'm doing,) getting something else next year, getting my race license, setting up a team of equally lunatic drivers and donating my impreza to it. There's a notice on the entrance to the airport that cracking jokes about carrying bombs will result in you missing your flight. Fair enough. If there'd been a picture of a ...
... the storm as it made landfall early on Friday morning.
After breakfast I headed out on foot down South Drive to Upper Session Road and into session road proper. Halfway down the road on the right you will find Igorot Stairs. Life sized figures of native people from the Cordillera Mountain region reside on the stairs showing traditional dress and depicting the lifestyle of Baguio's original inhabitants. Session Road is the main street of ...