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Blooming Baguio

It felt like springtime in Baguio this week. This flower child got a little spoiled.

Even while the reason for taking the four-hour(ish) ride to the city was the dead serious Supreme Court oral arguments on a “complex” and “political” case (as one magistrate described it), the sight and smell of flowers, plus the cool breeze you could only wish to take back to humid Manila, was such a balm to the soul, it was an excuse to use a cliché LOL. 182 more words

Free Roam: A Fleeting Sense of Familiarity

April 3, 2015

Location: Camp John Hay, Baguio

Model: Enzo Ricafort

I’m not going to lie. I’ve taken portraits from this place before. It’s a commercial area, and the trip was made because of a family tradition during Holy Week. 222 more words

Portrait Photography

Baguio: Day 2

My second day in the country’s summer capital started really positive. I still got hangover from yesterday’s trip & the mere thought that there’s more in store to explore built up my hype. 888 more words


The Real Loser

A regional trial court in Baguio City has granted the petition of Camp John Hay developer, CJH Development Corporation for confirmation of the P1.42 billion-award given to it by the Philippine Dispute Resolution Center Inc.  408 more words

Up in the Sky: Baguio Trip Day Two

Day 2: October 11, 2014
I didn’t slept well last night because I wasn’t used to the place. Namamahay kasi ako everytime I sleep on a place for the first time. 748 more words


Blatant Abuse

Casanova has a reason why he is doing all those negative things. It is possible that he is pursuing the interest of other company which has also an interest in… 449 more words

Baguio Revisited (2013)

Last 2013, we went to Baguio for the second straight year. I am writing this post since we were not able to pass by Baguio last 2014. 315 more words