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The day was chilly, foggy, and rainy. We just want to enjoy the cool weather and not rush on anything. No stuffs to buy, no target tourist destinations – just enjoy and chill.We started the day at around noontime, after waking up late and spending much time over breakfast, tv, and talks. 562 more words


My Journey with in Portrait Photography.

When I first started photography, I was only into the side of urban exploring and landscapes. As I continue that digital roadthrough different aspects, I started having deep attachment with portrait photography. 208 more words


My first Baguio trip was in the year 2003, together with my family. What I remembered was that we left Pasay in the afternoon and arrived in Baguio late in the evening. 618 more words


Vacationing in Baguio - Day 1

It’s been ages since JodiesDaddy and I have been to Baguio but because of work schedules and budget constraints its always been put on the back burner.  1,546 more words


Holy Week Trail Running @ the City of Pines

It can’t be all a visit to Mines View Park, a stroll along Session Road, shopping at the public market, a banca ride at the Burnham Lake, nor church visitations that you do when visiting the City of Pines during Lenten week… and though I witnessed all these activities when I visited Baguio City last weekend with my running team, it was a whole new chapter when you’re with like-minded runners. 289 more words

Trail Running

Should I Stay in Camp John Hay?

         Last summer, I received an invitation to blog about The Manor and Forest Lodge in Camp John Hay, so when I decided to go to Baguio City to chill before I finally get back to work, I made it a point to visit this attraction.   705 more words

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