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... very involved in relief efforts post Typhoon Haiyan last year. They live in Makati which is the fancy party of Manila and while this too can be a shock it was very nice to have a comfortable place to stay and good friends to talk to during my first 48 hours here. The Philippines while still quite poor in the rural areas has a lot of wealth in the cities much of which is centered in Makati. With tall high-rise buildings (Trump Tower under ...
... table and a few family members. The funny part was how fast my family rushed in with napkins to dry me off, I felt like a little kid all over again. I apologize and laugh off my mistake and we finish eating lunch.
Uncle and the rest of them wanted to shop and hang back at SM mall but I wanted to site see. So I take off and explore Baguio. I wanted to see Bencab Museum but there was a huge lineup at the ...
... 8220;do not touch the whale sharks, wear an orange life jacket if you can’t swim, etc.” About 15 small boats packed with tourists rowed the 50 meters off-shore to a row of buoys to which all the boats anchored and the captains started throwing out a chum line of food for the whale sharks. There were 5 or 6 sharks just hanging vertically in the water, mouths open being fed by the boat captains. The sharks were not swimming and everybody was just hanging around them, it ...
... to save money on candles and fuel. I am also working with some local friends and the Cosalan’s to set up distribution streams to sell NOKERO products locally and a percentage of the sales will go back to support project at ENCA Farm.
I am spending the next few days connecting with old friends in Baguio and on Sunday I will head seven hours north to Sagada. I am excited to continue my mountain retreat there and see my dear friend Siegrid. I hope to get ...
... downpour aside, we safely got out of the bus into a passing cab which whisked us out of Baguio's busy city center to the quiet rolling hills of Camp John Hay, a former US military site turned tourist destination. Late last night while researching accommodation options, I came across a deal for the newest hotel at this highland retreat. And, upon realizing that today, in USA time, is actually our civil marriage anniversary, I decided to splurge and book us ...