Travel Blogs from Baguio, Philippines

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Bah-gee-oh, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Bah-gee-oh

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... was texting! Anyway, the friendly driver stopped in front of a bus that was leaving for Sagada, so I managed to jump on that bus. The next one was two hours later. The views on the way to Sagada were spectacular. Enjoy. Next stop, Sagada, ...

Baguio, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Baguio

A travel blog entry by blatherwick

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Conquering our fears, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Conquering our fears

A travel blog entry by alandrach

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... some transport down to the south of the Philippine and the famous Boracay Island for some R&R. One more thing about the Philippines that we should mention, everything is dirt cheap! For example the last 4 days from Manila to Sagada has only been ...

A short stop off in Baguio, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

A short stop off in Baguio

A travel blog entry by paul_karen

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... that, he will surely win! Maybe Anna should dress up as a spider and chase him around the course!  So that was our stop over in Baguio. It was another brilliant day. See you up higher in the mountains!  Love Paul, Karen, Ashley & Anna ...

Finally went north, Bagio, Philippines travel blog

Finally went north

A travel blog entry by gypsymichelle

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Finally we make it up to Bagio for a few days. ...

Baguio vs. Manila, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Baguio vs. Manila

A travel blog entry by catiechan

... occupation to serve as a place of relaxation for the American settlers who needed a break from the hot tropical weather of the Philippines. The city is littered with sunflowers and pine trees and a host of other flora and fauna. The air is fresh and ...

Baguio Philippines, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Baguio Philippines

A travel blog entry by rowena.simbulan

Baguio hasn't change that much. I use to come here every year for holiday/conference and the beauty of Baguio is always there. Have you tasted "Strawbery Flavoured ...

Quest to Find Granny, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Quest to Find Granny

A travel blog entry by big_d

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... the trip was fantastic. We spent the promised 6 hours driving north into the area known as the "summer capital of the Philippines", Baguio City.  Baguio as it turns out is a city on top of a mountain.  To get there you've got two routes, ...

More Than 10 Things I Love About Baguio, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

More Than 10 Things I Love About Baguio

A travel blog entry by catiechan

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... ;  Camp John Hay used to be one of the military camps that the American settlers put up in Baguio during the American colonization of the Philippines. Even after the Americans left, CJH has been maintained by the city government. The Manor Hotel is ...

The Halsema Highway, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

The Halsema Highway

A travel blog entry by schwate

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... Punkt ist 2255m. Die meiste Zeit waren wir auch in den Wolken, aber im Sueden wurde das Wetter dann ein wenig besser. Baguio ist eine Urlaubsstadt in den Bergen fuer die Einwohner Manilas (um der Hitze im Sommer zu entfliehen), ist aber nicht besonders ...

Week 6 (Touring Around the Philippines), Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Week 6 (Touring Around the Philippines)

A travel blog entry by trentrollings

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... : -Continued team unity. -Boldness in sharing the gospel here -In our comprehension of tagalog, the main language here in the Philippines -That people would clearly understand the gospel and be open to God and the Holy Spirit -Safety in travel on the ...

Frische Bergluft ruft! (31.5-2.6), Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Frische Bergluft ruft! (31.5-2.6)

A travel blog entry by knotch

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... gelegt hat. Nach einer kurzen Staerkung machten wir uns dann zu der Sommerressidenz des philippischen Praesidenten. Nicht umsonst wird Baguio auch die Sommerhauptstadt der Philippinen genannt. Hatte mir ehrlich gesagt etwas mehr erhofft , weil man nicht ...

baguio, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

baguio

A travel blog entry by d.gomez

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Andrew - I promise we aren't following you, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Andrew - I promise we aren't following you

A travel blog entry by amandaroberts79

... to see? Little did we know that Baguio was our last stop for civilisation before the mountains. To get to Sagada from the Baguio we traveled by public bus for 7 hours amount some absolutly amazing scenery. Our bus hugged the side of the road as we ...

Baguio, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Baguio

A travel blog entry by france_rejean

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Salut tout le monde, Nous allons bien. Maintenant Rejean a deux nouvelles paires de soulier. Il fait competition a Imelda Marcos, avec ses centaines de souliers. Hier les chinois ont continuer a faire la fiesta. Je n'ai pas pu debarquer Rejean ...

Baguio, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Baguio

A travel blog entry by cornishozzy

... me on some errands that he had to run which resulted in me visiting the Summer House of the Prime Minister of the Philippines where a Nescafe advert was being shot. Nice PAD (made of imported Canadian Timber. We then drove round an exclusive Country ...

A big change of scenery, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

A big change of scenery

A travel blog entry by kyley

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... the reddest suns I have ever seen.   I felt the magic of the mountains and the scenery until we got to Baguio, which was loud, congested with traffic, and overwhelming.  The roads are all small and windy but totally completely packed with ...

Mines view Baguio, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Mines view Baguio

A travel blog entry by jonandrose

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... stopped now, there are market stalls all over the place and has a really nice vibe as does most of the places here in Baguio. Walking around the grounds of the good shepherd I can feel peaceful and with them well kept the students are sitting outside ...

Gateway to the Cordilleras, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Gateway to the Cordilleras

A travel blog entry by richierich33

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Took the night bus from the Victory Liner Pasay Terminal to Baguio at 11pm. It cost 460 pesos and I was told took 7 hours but we arrived at 4:30am - not a great time to arrive anywhere! I have come here as the town is the launch pad for accessing the ...

The Relative Calm of Baguio City, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

The Relative Calm of Baguio City

A travel blog entry by paranoidchicken

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I'm sitting in a popular local eatery, Pizza Volante in Baguio City, Luzon, Philippines where last night I had an excellent 8 in personal pan pizza and a great fresh mango shake for 198 pisos ($4.60 CAD). Baguio city is more what I had in mind.  ...

Re retour a - Baguio - Back to, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Re retour a - Baguio - Back to

A travel blog entry by france_rejean

Salut tout le monde Nous allons bien. Aujourd'hui 5 heures d'autobus pour revenir a Baguio. Nous sommes retombe dans l'anonyma. Rien de bien particulier sauf que ca fait la 3 ieme fois que nous voyons le meme films dans l'autobus. On comprend pourquoi ...

baguio+iloilo+manila, Philippines, Philippines travel blog

baguio+iloilo+manila

A travel blog entry by cuteeanne

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Luzon Mountains, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Luzon Mountains

A travel blog entry by jonandrose

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After getting to the coach station, I have tried to buy a ticket for the trip to Baguio on the express bus but it it all sold out, it is a 5hr trip but now have to settle for the slower bus with stops at over 8hrs, it is half the price at 5.00 but dont ...

Return Leg, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Return Leg

A travel blog entry by jonandrose

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... and sheer drops into the valley. I have really enjoyed the time in Sagada, it is really a long way from anywhere and so peaceful. Baguio in comparison is very big but still has many parks and open spaces but also has the other side to it, slum's and poor ...

Silver Linings: Bagio detour, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Silver Linings: Bagio detour

A travel blog entry by jojobee6

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... to us.  He said that he was the human resources manager for the restaurant, and he was very knowledgeable about the Philippines.  So, I swallowed my pride and unobtrusively interrupted his tea time and asked so kindly if he could give his advice ...

Summer City, Baguio City, Philippines travel blog

Summer City

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins

... on public transport because people listen us saying "I don't know where we go from here etc" we don't generally say etc. Baguio is the Philippines summer city. Basically that means it's a bit cooler, which it is, but it's nice cool nothing drastic. The ...

February is for B: BAGUIO, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

February is for B: BAGUIO

A travel blog entry by xherl

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Second trip for 2011 is at Baguio! The summer capital of the Philippines, the city of pines/strawberries/ukay-ukay. :) First stop. TAM-AWAN Village. They feature native Ifugao houses/huts that can be rented for 1500php-1800php per night. They also have an ...

Northern Luzon, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Northern Luzon

A travel blog entry by tstewy

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Since landing on this beautiful island, we have spent a week north of Manila on this island of Luzon. From Rosales, to Baguio, to Dagupan, to the 100 islands. We have tasted many new "tastes", and seen many new sights. Jim Girton and Ariel have introduced ...

Labyrinth City of Baguio, Baguio City, Philippines travel blog

Labyrinth City of Baguio

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng

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... to pharmacies to McDonalds. Somehow I found myself in Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral and then backtracked down to the enormous Baguio Public Market which never seemed to close. At 4 pm, the fishmongers and butchers were still out trading with hordes of ...

Around the town, Baguio, Philippines travel blog

Around the town

A travel blog entry by jonandrose

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Not feeling great today, little upset stomach but nothing serious perhaps it is the altitude or I spoke to soon about the good food? After some breakfast I'm going t explore the town, and its like British summer temperatures and a ...

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