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Here are the top 7 places you should go to if you want to get the full Baguio experience.
1. Ben Cab Museum
Last Christmas, our dad kept telling us about this art museum he read about online. He's a really big fan of art and has always drags me along with him to art galleries whenever we come across them in malls and such. This made me ...
... are well made by the proficient handicraft makers of Baguio and Benguet.
When I went here, I enjoyed it because of the beautiful view that you can see from the plateau. You can also do activities like horseback riding and picture taking with the natives. If you were the type of person who likes to look at the beauty of nature, then I would truly recommend this place to ...
... eyes, go for a light-color lip shade. No matter how appealing you are, a bad odor from your hair is strong enough to make you feel embarrassed. Black and dark brown hair can become black and brown with burgundy wine highlights when colored with henna. Whenever you wash your hair, light one of the cones while your hair is still damp and let them soak the smell of the cone. Brown and dark brown hair can get beautiful deep auburn and wine colored highlights and ...
... a Walkman and a sea moth. On one of the days diving we met a couple from England, who we ended up going for drinks and a meal with afterwards and on the other day we met a multi millionaire restaurant/hotel owner from the US who invited us to stay with him in his guesthouse if we're ever in Denver, Colorado - we're now looking at Denver as our next holiday destination. We hadn't booked anywhere to stay in El Nido so we just turned up and found a really cheap ...
... on. "Too much" I say again, feeling bold. I'll walk, I tell you. I won't be bullied into paying 60% off of street price for this phone case. She keeps staring at me. I say, "400 pesos for both." She says fine, and takes my phone from me and puts the screen protector on.
Success! I'm a real Rockefeller. My guess is had I stuck to my guns I could have gotten both for 350 or 300 pesos. Baby steps.
St. Francis ...