Posted by: katlea611 | March 18, 2008

More Baguio Photos

At the Chinese Bell Church. This was our first time there. My dad is half-Chinese so we have Chinese roots.

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At the Easter Weaving Room. This was the first time Nikki saw the actual weaving process. He was fascinated with the way the women worked the looms.

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Some of the finished fabric; all so colorful.

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At Tam-Awan Village. This is a replica of an Igorot hut. It’s really amazing how they did not use any nails to build this thing. Really… wow.

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At Burnham Park. When I told Nikki the day before that he could bike there he never stopped reminding me about it. And he had a lot of fun despite the warm day. Ethan had a blast on the slides.

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The boys in the Orchidarium.

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Surprise! Ethan discovers a fat, juicy earthworm. He kept on exclaiming, “Earf-worm! Earf-worm!” So cute!

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