Food Trippin’ in Baguio

Yep! It’s another post for Baguio! 😂 This place has been my goto area nowadays. Isn’t obvious that i love the city?! ❤️ In April, our main itinerary was to go to Pulag and hike  to celebrate my birthday week but decided to enjoy first before immensing ourselves in pain! Hahaha
Our Goal is to just Eat and Eat and Eat…

Then in October, i went here again to accompanied my friend, her very first Baguio experience! 😊

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Guimaras: The best Mangoes in the World

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Guimaras is a small island located 15 mins. off Iloilo City. It is formerly known as Himal-us, and was a sub-province of Iloilo until it was made an independent province in 1992. This province is famous because of their insanely sweet Mangoes.

This is not part of our itinerary but since its proximity to Iloilo, we made a point to dropped-by for a day tour.

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Iloilo: Into the Giant’s Arms

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Iloilo is probably one of those underrated provinces, it’s not even in my bucket list. I have less knowledge of the place, well except for my boss whose from here. And aside from La Paz Batchoy (i thought La Paz is in quezon btw… hahaha… moron), the area is an unknown tourist destination. Little did i know that they have this secret paradise, yeah seems like the Philippines has many hidden secrets. hahah!
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Negros Occidental and The City of Smiles

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This post is long overdue! Been into some stress lately and had some health issues aswell. Anyway, here’s the 1st part of my 2015 2nd quarter adventures.

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Marinduque: The HEART of the Philippines

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This year my birthday falls on a National Holiday! I should be glad right? But Ooops… that holiday is Holy Thursday! Oh no!!! The season where Christians celebrate the passion of Christ. The only time of the year in the Philippines where traffic is sleeping and bearable, malls are closed and the people, either stays at home or praying in churches (visita iglesia as they call it). Some usually goes out of town or country “Beaching!” … hahaha… damn… those sons of the Beach!

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Sagada: A Place For Broken Hearts

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Sagada is located in Mountain Province, still in the Cordillera Region of Northern Luzon. This place is widely popular because of its Mystic tourist attractions such as Cave Spelunking, Hanging Coffins, Cold and breezy weather, Grand Mountain landscape and Coffee! A bit laid back, the area can be one’s source of quiet “Me” time.

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