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Holy Week in Baguio 2016 - A Time for Rest, Reflection.. and Food..

Note: 1. This post is long and a bit personal so you can just skip the top part if you want to read more about our Baguio experience this time around.  2,958 more words

Travel

New Memories Made in Baguio

This is our first time to be back in Baguio with the whole family since the earthquake in 1990. We showed the little boys (including our not-so-little-bro) our childhood playground and hangouts. 44 more words

Single Mommy Duties

Le Chef, The Manor Hotel

The cherry on top of our Baguio trip is the family dinner at Le Chef, The Manor Hotel at Camp John Hay. 

Le Chef is regarded as one of the best fine-dining restaurant in Baguio and was also awarded with a “michelin star” recognition. 85 more words

Travel

Baguio City: A Quick Tour

While Baguio City’s climate is cool year-round, the best time to experience that perfect “sweater-weather” is in January. With clear skies, fewer vacationers and the lowest temperatures you can expect a relaxing trip. 973 more words

Baguio City

Our Short Baguio Trip

My family decided to unwind and experience the cold weather of Baguio. It was our first out of town trip this year with our one year old Fran. 472 more words

AirBnB

The Yellow and the Eco Trails of Camp John Hay

There’s no other city on the northern part of Luzon than i am more fond of than the cool, charming summer capital, Baguio City. It’s been countless of times that i’ve been to this summer resort since the 70s but for some odd reasons, have not been able to visit this place for the last 7 years. 380 more words

Trail Running

Baguio Weekend - Choco-late de Batirol

We reached Loakan Road around 9AM already, so we opted to look for breakfast instead of going to Philippine Military Academy. One’s on my food list to try that’s in Camp John Hay is… 335 more words

Baguio