All posts tagged: baguio

He turned 28th.

Remember when I don’t like birthdays? I think I’m liking it now. The night of my birth date, I went on the road going straight to Sagada from Metro Manila. I booked this trip last January. Since it was my first time going to Sagada, I made sure I set everything well– booked my bus trips ahead of time, and my accommodation. I thought everything was going to go well. But I was on the brick of missing my bus trip since I woke up two hours before my scheduled trip. I was so stressed out knowing that I haven’t packed my stuff yet, and I was to buy a pair of sandals since I didn’t want to roam around Sagada on shoes. Traveling to Sagada was no joke, for me at least. It was long hours of sitting inside the bus without WiFi, a broken TV and no sound system available. I was so bored even I have my phone and console during this trip. The trip took 10 hours. On arrival, I was …

Photo Diary: Baguio

Friday, June 23 5 AM We arrived Friday morning in the cold air of Baguio and went to our hotel to see if we can check-in earlier than schedule. Negative. Meaning we have to wait until 2 PM considering we arrived as early as 5 AM. We decided to leave our luggage in the hotel and started roaming around in the City of Pines. 8 AM: Laperal White House and Teachers Camp It was my first time to visit some of the haunted places in Baguio. I used to pass through these two places but haven’t got the chance to see them up close. As early before lunch, my friends and I decided to visit Laperal White House and Teachers Camp. These places gave me chills, tbh. 11 AM: Cafe By The Ruins Dua Before heading back to the hotel, we decided to have our lunch at Cafe by The Ruins. At first, I thought we’re heading to the original branch but we went to Dua in Upper Session Road instead. Well, I didn’t know …

Feel The Thrill at Tree Top Adventure

Tree Top Adventure is the only “Team Building” facility in the Philippines with motorized activities plus different kinds of Zipline adventure and more activities in the heart of nature; Superman, Canopy, Tree Drop, Silver Surfer, Free Fall, Funicular, Trekking, Skywalk and much more to be added. The vision came from the expertise of the owners of Tree TopAdventure who are engineers and advocates of conservation of the environment and healthy living thus Tree Top Adventure in Subic inside SBMA and Baguio inside Camp John Hay are making sure not only for the customers to enjoy but also making sure the safety and health benefits of the activities they are offering for the customers.

Baguio Guide: 9 Most Recommended Places to Visit in Baguio for First-Timers

Are you planning to visit Baguio this coming December holiday? Or are you still making plans when to visit the Summer Capital of the Philippines for the first time? You’re on the right page because I came up with a list of the nine most recommended places to visit in Baguio for wanderlust newbies. First, let’s have a quick sharing moment about the City of Pines. Baguio, officially the City of Baguio, is a highly developed city in northern Luzon of the Philippines. Tourism has been flourishing as many visitors come to Baguio yearly. With the rise of tourism, different choices of hotels, lodges, and transient houses have sprouted to accommodate all its guests. Good thing we are living in the modern era where all are accessible and available online, so checking for affordable and best booking deals is easy. You can search for accommodations using online booking websites such as Traveloka. Enjoy significant savings since they have discounts and promos that you could take advantage of. Baguio was established as a hill station by the …

Best Places to Eat in Baguio City

Last week, I was able to visit Baguio again with my friends and had the chance to experience the cold weather with temperature going down to 16 degrees Celsius, for three days and two nights. It was a travel visit booked three weeks earlier that helped me looked for the best accommodation within my budget.