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A day of truly nightmare public transport!!

This morning we left San Juan very early for us and took a walk up to the main highway. From there we took a jeepney to San Fernando where there was a huge parade going on through the town. Therefore, it took quite a while to navigate our way through the town and find an ATM and...

permalink written by  chrischarly on March 19, 2011 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly's Passage through SE Asia



Sagada - Baguio - Manila

I do some early morning sightseeing of Sagada, then leave on a 6 hour bus to Baguio. The views are even more spectacular today. We're driving over mountains, rivers, through clouds, rice terraces and all sorts of plantations. I spend the afternoon sightseeing Baguio, it's a pretty big town. At...

permalink written by  bennedich on October 28, 2010 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: Philippines & Taiwan



Mountain Province

Reviewing our trip, I would suggest the following route going either to Baguio or La Union from Manila: At the end of NLEX turn right (not left going to Dau) going to Concepcion. This is a well posted alternate route going through La Paz and Victoria. After Victoria is Pura where you have a...

permalink written by  Joey Carlotta on March 6, 2008 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: Baguio Via Cabanatuan & Alternatives



29 December 2007, Day 5

Everyone, including me, woke up late for a change. All that walking and climbing steps has taken a toll on all. We had breakfast in the lobby restaurant of the hotel and I had the car vacuumed and washed while the gang got ready. It smelled like something had died in the car and there was...

permalink written by  Joey Carlotta on January 6, 2008 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: 2007 Carlotta X'Mas Family Road Trip



28 December 2007, Day 4

It was still wet and windy the next day but the weather was definitely improving. We made breakfast of what was left of the Christmas ham and cheese and started to pack. The kids went to the beach in the hope of a swim but came back with souvenirs and some pictures. We left at 9:20 AM. This...

permalink written by  Joey Carlotta on January 5, 2008 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: 2007 Carlotta X'Mas Family Road Trip



Burnham Park

If you are on a budget, and would like to spend the afternoon in a laid back environment, Burnham Park is the place to be. The park is situated at the heart of Baguio City. It is is centered around a man-made lake. One of the famous activities you can indulge in is skating. A circular skating...

permalink written by  On Foot on October 26, 2007 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: On Foot



Mines View Park

One of the most popular and most visited spots in Baguio City is Mines View Park. It is the most visited park in the city which lays on a gentle slope that overlooks Benguet's gold and copper mines The park has a wide observation deck where you can experience a panoramic view of the surrounding...

permalink written by  On Foot on October 18, 2007 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: On Foot



Camp John Hay

Camp John Hay used to be the Rest and Recreation center of the United States Army personnel in the Philippines. Because of its cool climate, the area was suitable and ideal for the American army. Today, Camp John Hay is a beautiful vacation spot in Baguio City. It is the resort of the...

permalink written by  On Foot on August 31, 2007 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: On Foot



Cafe By The Ruins

Baguio is a very fascinating place. Being the summer capital of the Philippines, Baguio City is an ideal destination to beat the heat and relax your body. One of the best places to refresh your senses is the Cafe By The Ruins. Tourists and locals visit this place all year round. Cafe By The...

permalink written by  On Foot on August 25, 2007 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: On Foot



The Summer Capital of the Philippines

I remember a very relaxing vacation in the Philippines two summers ago. My Filipino friends brought me to the Summer Capital of the Philippines which was Baguio City. I never imagined that a cool place such as Baguio existed in the tropical Island. The city was fairly cold, but was very...

permalink written by  On Foot on February 11, 2007 from Baguio, Philippines
from the travel blog: On Foot



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