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Baguio is one of the most walkable cities in the Philippines. The pedestrian-friendly sidewalks were wide, clean, safe, and most notably, didn’t suffer from the merciless tropical climate. I’ve always wanted to live in Baguio and escape the unbearable
My first visit to Baguio happened during an educational tour back in high school. It was eight years ago. We spent a week visiting many spots in Luzon. Although my memory of the trip had already become hazy, most of what I could recall were my experien
Day 0 – Travel to Baguio 9:45pm – ETA Victory Liner (Bus) Terminal in Sampaloc, Manila City Wait for climbing group to arrive 11:45pm – ETD Sampaloc, Manila. Manila to Baguio via Victory Liner Bus (6 hours) – P440 Day 1 – Akiki Trail Day 1 6:00am – ETA
Dinner with Cebuan Bloggers – Doi, Edcel, Carla, and Tofi the night before leaving Baguio Baguo to Banaue bus terminal
I’ve finally embarked on my first major climb, a traverse of Mt. Pulag, the highest peak of Luzon Island and the Philippines’ third highest mountain. The summit climb in itself was already a major physical “beating” but I just couldn’t pass off seeing
Last year, I went on the most butt-numbing trip of my life. The experience was quite rigorous yet the rewards of visiting some of the most alluring places I’ve ever visited were also very gratifying. It all started smoothly enough when I flew to Tugueg
As mentioned earlier, I’ve been AFK (away from keyboard) for a while now. It’s still a busy month of traveling for me. Since I started blogging, it has always been my goal to live the lifestyle of other travel bloggers. To be able to travel extensively

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