People love going to Baguio, so much so that Baguio, in our opinion, is overcrowded. Sometimes it’s hard to enjoy the old Baguio — with fantastic views and awesome fresh scent of pine trees — when there’s too much people, traffic is as bad as Metro Manila. Anyway, the number of people in Baguio City does not change one thing — the place is cold even during summer. It’s way colder during the Christmas season. Now, it it’s cold (especially if you’re not used to low temperatures all-day long, what do you do? Here’s our suggestion on what to do in COLD Baguio: Continue reading Video: Best Thing to Do during Vacation in COLD Baguio
The reason why people travel is as diverse as their individual personalities. Some travel for business, some for pleasure, still some a combination of both. Some travel together with family or his/her significant other. On the other hand, there are those who travel to forget a special someone, a way to wash away the pain with each caress of the wave on the white beaches of El Nido in Palawan. Now, if you’re one of those, traveling with a scarred heart, you may encounter some reminders in El Nido, taken good or bad depending on your level of humor. There’s this signage of Sun Bar, tucked on some coconut somewhere in El Nido, which says, “”We serve cold drinks here as cold as your ex.” Bato-bato sa langit, ang tamaan wag magalit. Have fun forgetting! Photo courtesy of Gianelli (check her Instragram acount, @ille.gian, for more photos). Click the photo to enlarge.