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Baguio City Temperature Dropping

“Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, jackfrost nipping at your nose” , looks like we are starting to feel the coming of Christmas in Baguio City. After checking the weather via the PAGASA website i was surprised to see that the forecast temperature at a low is 15 degrees Celsius...

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Gogi Nara | Where To Eat In Baguio City

Baguio City is frequented by Koreans not only because of the cold weather, but also to learn English. It is because of their influx that prompted the sprouting of different Korean restaurants in Baguio City. We have tried several Korean restaurants already however we always comeback to this particular restaurant,...

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The Different Sunsets in Baguio City

Walking around Baguio City makes you discover things that are in plain sight that you were not able to notice before. Sometimes, stopping and looking up the sky will also reveal several beautiful sights. One of them is the beautiful cloud formation painted by the colors of the sunset. Sunsets...

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We Found The Yamashita Treasure

They said Baguio City was one of the destinations traversed by the Tiger of Malaya, General Tomoyuki Yamashita when they were running from the Filipino and American soldiers during the end of World War 2. Many also have said that Yamashita’s troops had buried several treasures in different parts of...

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Date Announced for 7th Annual “Worldwide PhotoWalk”

Scott Kelby announces the official date his highly anticipated 7th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk™. The world’s largest photo walk will take place in over 1,200 cities on October 11, 2014. The Worldwide Photo Walk is the world’s largest global and social photography event, and has grown immensely in size and popularity...