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Paladin Hotel Baguio City – 3D/2N Stay Review

Paladin Hotel Baguio City – 3D/2N Stay Review

Baguio city is one of the place in Luzon that many of the city people go to, to just chill, relax, and get some cold air in their skin. So we did too, out of curiosity we visited Baguio city and stayed at one of the recommended hotels in Baguio City, Paladin Hotel. The thing is, I was not sure if we’ll be able to stay at a hotel, and my friends who are familiar with Baguio or have been there says that transient homes are totally okay as long as they have a heater. It’s cold, they say, no air conditioner needed, since Baguio city is considered the biggest centralized air conditioner – local jokes. Thankfully, there’s a room for us at Paladin Hotel! Paladin Hotel Baguio City PROS: * Located Near the Burnham Park * Just beside the street * Walking distance to restaurants CONS: * Stairs Book @ AGODA Book @ BOOKING Paladin Hotel is located just 2 blocks away from the Burnham Park, it’s also near to one of the favorites restaurant of some tourists, the Good Taste – just a

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A Self Tour at the Bell House and Amphitheater

A Self Tour at the Bell House and Amphitheater

I didn’t know about the Bell house and even the Bell Amphitheater at the Camp John Hay of Baguio City up until I looked for things to do or visit at the camp. I don’t even know who’s Bell and why he have this house at the camp. If it was discussed in our history lessons during our elementary years, then maybe I was absent. Anyway, since people are looking for it and need information about it, plus it’s part of the Philippine history then we did visit the Bell house. It was again, just like the Butterfly Sanctuary at the Camp John Hay, it was hard to find for us because we were relying on the Google maps and it was totally wrong. Good thing we have this instinct where to go, we just observe cars, and tourist walking around. So we practically just found it with our instinct. No worries, if you’ve watched my vlog or just read my post about the DIY Baguio City Tour at the Camp John Hay to find the map I made, then you’ll totally find the Bell house and Bell Amphitheater easily if

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El Nido Tour A - Lagoons and Beaches Itinerary

El Nido Tour A - Lagoons and Beaches Itinerary

One of the top tours in El Nido Palawan and the favorite of most foreigners is the El Nido island hopping tour A . No wonder, because of the beautiful and relaxing lagoons and beaches, plus that kind of scenery that you’d only thought you’ll see in the movies, it’s all here. When my friends found out and after they saw my pictures doing the El Nido tour A they’ve got a lot of questions for me. So, why not just answer them all through this blog post? As a travel blogger it will be my pleasure to share to you my experience in the paradise called El Nido Palawan, and here are some of the information that you might want to know when you’re planning or at least thinking about visiting their paradise. El Nido Tour A Islands First, let’s talk about the El Nido tour A islands that you’ll stop by, or let’s say the stops you’ll make because I’m not sure if they’re all in different islands. But anyway, here are the El Nido tourist spots when you’re going for the tour A: Small Lagoon

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Butterfly Sanctuary of the Camp John Hay Baguio

Butterfly Sanctuary of the Camp John Hay Baguio

Butterflies are not ideal for a place with a cold weather, so them having in Baguio City made me feel curious about how they’re able to manage these butterflies be at their sanctuary. That’s when we did want to visit the Butterfly Sanctuary at the Camp John Hay of Baguio City . Our first stop that day at the Camp John Hay was lunch (of course), then from there we started walking and tried looking for the Butterfly Sanctuary – which was a great challenge because we’ve been depending on Google Maps and it’s totally pointing us wrong. We found the huge sign about the Butterfly Sanctuary of Camp John Hay but we couldn’t find it anywhere near there. Instead, we saw this paintball area and zip line, so we were totally confused about it. Good thing I decided to enter near the paintball area entrance and saw the sign pointing to a corner where there’s another sign pointing to somewhere where we could find the Butterfly Sanctuary – did you get that? LOL. But it was fun trying to find i

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