Persia’s first trip to Pundaquit Beach At the end of my July 4th Party on July 5th at my friend Mark’s house in San Antonio, Zambales we had so much food left we decided to continue my Philippines July 4th …... Read More
Edwin Toth’s Rambling Adventures in Retirement and BEFORE!
“The latest about Edwin’s amazing retirement adventures.”
August 2013: It has been one year this August since I sold my home in Jessup, Maryland, loaded the sea container with household goods and boarded the plane at Ronald Reagan National Airport, Washington DC with Mark to fly to Manila. It was about a 24-hour trip. I remember arriving in flooded Manila from the previous week’s monsoon rains. We just went through 6 days of rain this August. Lots of flooding again in low areas of Manila. Well, it’s all part of living in the Philippines.
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Driving from Baler via the Baler-San Luis-Aurora-Bongabon Nueva Ecija Road Sunday morning, June 15, 2014 was a bright and sunny day in Baler. We all showered, packed the car and headed out to Yolly’s Ihaw-Ihaw Seafood for our last meal …... Read More
Late Afternoon and an Evening at Sabang Beach, Baler Resting at Sabang Beach after trekking to Ditumabo Falls, Jeyahsoon Hot Spring and stopping at Museo de Baler fun, wet and exciting. This was our only daytime to experience all the …... Read More
Visiting the Museo de Baler in Baler Park After lunch at Jolly’s Ihw-Ihaw Seafood just a few blocks away on Saturday, June 14, 2014 our goal was to visit the Museo de Baler and Park, the Baler Catholic Church and …... Read More
Checking out Jeyahsoon Hot Spring in Maria Aurora After a morning at Ditumabo Falls and lunch at Yolly’s Ihaw-Ihaw Seafood we need some resting time so we headed for an afternoon at Jeyahsoon Hot Spring, Maria Aurora. We took a …... Read More
Get to Ditumabo Falls early for more enjoyment! One of the highlights of our trip to Baler was the morning hike to Ditumabo Falls, Barangay Ditumabo, San Luis, Baler. Our guide Arthur wanted us to arrive at Ditumabo Falls early …... Read More
Friday afternoon June 13, 2014 after lunch at Yolly’s Ihaw-Ihaw Seafood we headed out to see the “Millennium Tree” of The Philippines. This 600-year old giant Balete (Banyan) tree is purported to the largest of its king in Asia. There …... Read More
Visiting Baler’s PAGASA Weather Station At the end of the road to Ermita Hill and Diguisit Islets is the Baler PAGASA Weather Station. The access road up to PAGASA is a single lane one-way steep and winding concrete road. It …... Read More