Baguio City, the Philippines
September 1, 2015
Redolence could evoke memories as vividly as imagery. In an overnight visit to Camp John Hay in Baguio, a midnight walk shrouded in fog and darkness jogged pine-scented memories. 1,183 more words
Years ago, my two younger sisters and I went on holiday in a place called Baguio in the Philippines.
At Camp John Hay in Baguio, we visited an attraction called the Cemetery of Negativism where we found tombstones engraved with some of the funniest epitaph you would find. 396 more words
At the height of the golf boom, everyone and his brother wanted and built golf courses that looked and felt like the venues on the PGA Tour, particularly the venue of the Masters, the Augusta National Golf Club. 891 more words