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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

Food

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

My Travels

Colors of Baguio

“Summer Breeze, makes me feel fine!”

I recently had a sweet escape in the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City. I booked a ticket online at the Victory Liner website for a 5 am trip, it was priced at P495 (including seat selector fee). 788 more words

Places

Baguio Beginnings

Practically everyone I know has a memory of having been in Baguio at one time or another. Except me. I’m 24 years old and I’ve never even stepped foot in my country’s summer capital! 863 more words

La Luna: Camp John Hay

Moon Shots in Baguio City

And try the B/W in-between coffee with friends.

Street Photography

Weekend Getaway in Baguio: Day 2

Day 2: Hustlin’ and Bustlin’ in Baguio

The day started early, but not as early as I had planned. We woke up, fully recharged from yesterday’s activities. 1,998 more words

Review