Camp John Hay and Bell House Museum


Second stop was Camp John Hay. The Lost Cemetery of Negativism is one of the new tourist spot there. This is where you bury bad vibrations. It has tombstones with witty phrases written on it.

Cemetery 1
Happy Hollow
Cemetery 7
Happy Hollow
Cemetery 2
Inhaling Positivity
Cemetery 3
Turista shot
Cemetery 4
Timer for the win!


A few walk from the cemetery is the Bell House Museum/Amphitheater. There’s an entrance fee of P60/head. This is where the commanding general of the American Forces in the Philippines used to live. It was named after his name, of course, Major J.Franklin Bell.

Bell House Garden

There’s nothing much to see aside from the grand interiors of the house.The amphitheater and the garden offers a picturesque backdrop for photo lovers like me.The Italian-Banawe Rice Terraces-Idontknowwhatinspiredhim like garden was designed by the Major itself.

Inside bell house 1Turista shot Bell HouseBell house Dining areaBell house stairsBell house stairs japoy'


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