El Cielito Inn Baguio
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... very much like the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park, with river rock columns and log cabin style architecture, overlooking a pine forest gaily-festooned with all manner of lit-up "snowmen" and tendrils of icicle lights hanging in the trees.
Adding to that was a wandering string/guitar quartet, where these middle-aged Filipinos, reminiscent of a mariachi band, belted out classics and contemporary hits with ...
... is so contrary to any other town I have been to in the Philippines or Asia for that matter that I'm really curious why it has occurred here. Could it be related to the fact that the town consists of mostly young people who are not really from here?
Of course, there are some good things about Baguio, too. The St. Louis University has a wonderful museum of history of the native peoples of the Cordillera Mountains. We also found two great ...
... have met has an amazing story. He left home to live on the streets at aged 10,as things were so bad at home.When he was aged 14, Angela ( His heart Ministries) started here by visiting street people living at the central park, loving them with food and hope in Jesus. This young man confesses to seeing her for the food, but then got to meet Jesus for himself. He was so changed, Angela was able to help him reconcile with his family, and he now is back at home, excelling at ...
you would've thought the glamour of the
Philippines would've worn off by now - especially considering the
terrible reviews I've had - however, I'm still as in love with the place
as before. I fly off to KL tomorrow, and I'm remarkably upset to be
leaving here, it's crazy. Three weeks is nowhere near enough time to be
exploring here, so I've decided to let the visa win this round, and I'm
leaving on Weds. However, ...
... by the ticket agent was for a 6:30 flight. I opted to pay more for the 4:30 flight so we would have time to do something in Manila that evening. The 2 hour delay killed that idea, and we just had dinner at the hotel restaurant. We were the only ones dining in at the time, so it wasn't exactly the most happening spot in the area but we were too exhausted to complain.