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We left the hostel at a quarter before 6PM. I wanted to spend the sunset / dusk at Singapore’s most iconic landmark, the statue of the Merlion found at the mouth of the Singapore River. Got off at the Raffles Place MRT Station and started walking towar
We stayed at Bugis, which was just four MRT stations away from the Changi Airport. Getting to the city center of Singapore from Changi International Airport was very convenient. From the budget terminal, we hopped on the free airport shuttle to termina
For our 5-day Singapore and Malaysia trip, we booked an outgoing flight from Clark instead of NAIA (Manila) International Airport. Aside from the cheaper airfare, I was also interested to visit the Clark International Airport for the first time. The Cl
It was finally the end of my 11-day Northern Luzon trip. The only remaining item in my itinerary was to take the bus from Baguio back to Manila. I already had an idea of how to commute from Manila to Baguio. Somehow, I wasn’t able to find sufficient de
This is the do-it-yourself (DIY) itinerary I took during a 3-day trip to Baguio City and La Trinidad, Benguet. The bus ride from Vigan to Baguio consumed most of the first day. Slept for two nights in a hostel dorm room in Baguio. Spent the second day
It was the last day of not only my trip to Baguio but the whole 11-day Northern Luzon circuit tour. After a short side trip to the Lion’s Head at Kennon Road, I wanted to visit the strawberry fields of La Trinidad along with a few must-visits along the
The gigantic Lion’s Head along Kennon Road is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Baguio. Located at the outskirts of the city, it is also a popular stopover for quick photo souvenirs before entering Baguio’s downtown area. Getting to Lion’s Head
I was a happy shutter bug at Camp John Hay and could have spent the entire afternoon there if I hadn’t checked the time. It was already 3:40pm and I still had a few places in Baguio that I wanted to visit. It had been a long time since my first trip in
I love traveling because it affords me the opportunity to be transported to unfamiliar environments. Being in a different natural or urban setting becomes an opportunity to realize conceptual photos. My biggest goal in Baguio was to have my photo taken
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

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