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Travel Blogs from Baguio
Baguio trip with Tay, Nay, Von and Hanna
- first trip of the year!
- SM Baguio!
- UP Baguio!
- Baguio Tour :)
- horseback riding!
Baguio City is the gateway to North Luzon, home to mummies, caves, hanging coffins and lush mountain forests. A subtropical climate high in the mountains and the last place most travellers to the region consider civilization. It's a great place to stock up on supplies at the giant SM super mall/super market before heading into the mountain villages with little or no ...
In the morning we found a place to have breakfast, then spent the morning exploring Vigan. We went to the old roman catholic cathedral, though there was a service going on, so we could not go in very far. After walking through the town we headed back to Baguio. On the way we stopped by the ocean since the road ran along side it. Right away I hopped right into the ocean (with my clothes) and started playing and swimming, though ...
... nap for a few hours then just enjoyed the scenery which was amazing from the road, which at one point is the highest highway in the Philippines, you could see rice terraces and misty mountains. Next to the edge of the road the drop down would be very unforgiving if you strayed to close it was just a sheer drop down, at one point where the road was being repaired It looked like it had just caved in completely. I arrived in Sagada around lunch time and found a ...
... interest in discovering the hilly wilderness.
As it gets dark, we meet up and go to the restaurant for a meal and drink and climb down the long flight of steps to the road. It is drizzling and my friend is feeling the chill. We walk down the road on which out taxi brought us. There is no human or vehicular sign except for the occasional jeepney going in wrong direction. Engulfed in the excitement ...