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Camp John Hay: Cemetery of Negativism

The Cemetery of Negativism is the symbolic burial place of negative behaviors & attitudes. This can be seen at the Camp John Hay Historical Core. I really had a great time as I walk along the path and amused by the epitaphs. 18 more words


Baguio 2015

One of my Mom’s dream local destination is Baguio City, Philippines. This trip has been planned six months ago and she’s been looking forward for this all her life. 1,340 more words

The Great Life

Baguio Part 2

In this blog post I’m just gonna bombard you with pictures.

Day 2 and 3 of our Baguio experience were mostly touring and less of eating. 1,012 more words


Baguio Revisited: A Night Full of Lights

I am writing this to officially seal the Holiday¬†season and welcome the upcoming¬†start of classes. Apparently, this is the hardest part of a long vacation — acceptance. 308 more words


Day Out

Before final exams, Ate Mae, a former roommate, brought us to Camp John Hay. As she said beforehand, she wanted to treat us one last time for lunch before she graduates and goes on looking for work. 107 more words


Mile Hi Diner

My Food Crawl in Baguio will never be complete without trying Mile Hi Diner which is one of the best retro inspired restaurants in Baguio. Mile Hi Diner serves American food fares like burgers, steaks and ribs. 129 more words