Not yet sure on where to stay for the rest of our Baguio City trip, The Manor at Camp John Hay was the biggest surprise. Located at the major tourism and recreation attraction in Baguio City, The Manor at Camp John Hay is one of the top mountain resort to stay at for vacationing families, businessmen, and friends. Continue reading Baguio City | Perfect Home at The Manor at Camp John Hay
Specializing in local chocolate drink, Choco-late de Batirol is a Filipino cafe that serves bittersweet tsokolate drink made from cacao beans. This is a popular merienda place when in Camp John Hay at Baguio City. Continue reading Baguio City | Hot Local Drink at Choco-Late de Batirol
It was my first time to visit Baguio City, and I have always found myself drawn to it even when I know it is a crowded city with high tourist traffic. I am never a big fan of large crowd, ironic may it seem for a traveler. I have always found joy in the remote, and beautiful places I would find myself nesting at and calling it a home for a few days stay. The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay warmly welcomed us and it became home for the next few days at Baguio City.
Arriving at Baguio City late in the morning, we decided to have brunch instead of just getting a light breakfast which we are used to. To be honest, we haven’t planned and set up our Baguio City itinerary prior to the travel. We did, however, found one recommended food place to go to for food as soon as we get there – Cafe By The Ruins. Continue reading Baguio City | Filling Brunch at Cafe By The Ruins
Baguio City is one of the top tourism destination in Luzon. It is located ~250 kilometers from Metro Manila at a 1,450 meter above sea level elevation. With it’s high altitude Baguio City is called the Summer Capital of the Philippines . It is a favorite travel destination for local, and foreign tourist with its cool weather, and for the famous flower festival, Panagbenga Festival. It is no wonder that how to get to Baguio City is easy thanks to several bus transport companies in Metro Manila and other provinces. Continue reading Transportation Guide | How to Get To Baguio City