I never thought I will love trekking mountains as much as I love swimming at the beach. It’s been a while since I’ve tried this kind of activity. Thanks to one of my friend for re-introducing this to me. I finally said YES after his few attempts of asking If I wanna join him with one of his climb.
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Last stop was the Old Diplomat Hotel located at Dominican Hill. Way back then, the famous haunted hotel serves as a vacation house for Dominican Priests. Continue reading Old Diplomat Hotel
I’ve been out of the metro every month. My fernweh feels is driving me insanely crazy. Instead of reading emails and committing myself to work, you can find me reading travel blogs and browsing Google Maps to look for my “Where To Next? list. Productive? Yes it is.
Continue reading Laperal White House, Baguio
Next on our list was the Bell Taoist Church in La Trinidad. Nothing much to see but the landscape of the place was superb. It’s ideal for oriental photo shoot, it kinda gives you Hongkong vibes for some unknown reason ( I don’t know, maybe it’s the famewhore attitude inside me lol). Continue reading Bell Taoist Church
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. Continue reading Camp John Hay and Bell House Museum
I never imagined myself setting my foot on this golden sand island. It was only a dream for me after all the blogs I’ve read on how hard it is to reach the place. I thought it will be one of the last island i’ll tick off on my list. Looking for a life away from the hustle and bustle of the city, I asked my “not so adventurous” office mate if he’s willing to take the risk with me. I got a YES and thought it will be exciting if we’ll give it a go. I made a last minute itinerary to finally made the dream a reality. Continue reading Jomalig Island