Glenn 50’s Diner had always been a favorite spot for me ever since I first tried it years ago. I’ve never, ever failed to return whenever I’m in Baguio and this time I think it’s time for a full feature!
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Beans Talk is the resident bistro of City Center Hotel, but it offers much more than the hotel’s complimentary breakfast. Here’s a quick bite at Beans Talk.
City Center Hotel is one of the newest and most modern hotels in Baguio City. It served as our home in the city for three days during our recent trip, and here are my thoughts on this hotel.
Time flies so fast when you’re having fun. It’s our third and final day in the cool and breezy city of pines, Baguio. On our third and last day, the sun got shy and we were threatened by the rains!
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Second day in Baguio City. It’s quite difficult to top our “lucky streak” during our first day. But being in some of the most interesting places in the country, there’s still so much we can do. Some of which would be a first!
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I have been going through a lot of stress lately. It’s funny that I haven’t had this much stress when I was doing regular office work. I guess real life is more stressful! And because of that I just decided to have a quick getaway. Two options were in my mind: the beach or the mountain. And by the title of this post, you can already guess which one won.
How cool is this, wakeskating at the Banaue rice terraces!
Professional wakeskaters Brian Grubb and Dominik Preisner travelled to the Philippines to have an epic winch session at one of the most beautiful spots in the world. The famous rice terraces of Banaue are considered to be the Eighth Wonder of the World and were surely the perfect playground for an unique wakeskate session! – redbull on YouTube
The Cavinti Sports Council, under the auspices of the Cavinti Municipal Government invites you to join the 1st Cavinti Road and Trail Adventure Marathon on November 30, 2013 starting at the Municipal Hall of Cavinti, Laguna. Here are the event particulars:
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It is one of the most popular destination sites in the Philippines, included in the list of “Destinations to watch in 2013” by Condé Nast Traveller, and considered eighth in the “World’s 50 best surf spots” by CNN Travel. It’s Siargao! Now it’s opening up its roads for runners with the Siargao It Up Half Marathon.
2013 is a milestone year for the island of Corregidor as far as races are concerned: it will be host to back-to-back “twin” races that is the Corregidor Marathon (CM) and the venerable Corregidor International Half Marathon (CIHM). Here are the details: