Summer 2012: Best place to stay in Baguio – The Manor Camp John Hay

After almost 6 years, we are back in Baguio City!!!  When I was younger, my family and I would go to Baguio every summer.  There were lesser cars and houses then.  You can smell the scent on pine trees upon entering the boundaries of Baguio.  So sad that this is not the case now.  We […]

what to do, where to go, where to eat in subic

This Subic tripping is getting to be an annual thing, thanks in part to the SCTEX which shortened travel time dramatically. Last year, it took us three hours to travel to Subic from Manila in the morning, as the SCTEX was not yet opened at that time.  Traffic then was not that relatively horrible because […]

Subic Clark Tarlac Exchange to open

On April 28, the 94-kilometer four-lane expressway north of Manila, Philippines will open to the public with a toll fee of around 180 pesos. It starts in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone in Zambales passing through the interchange with the North Luzon Expressway near the Clark Special Economic Zone and ends at the Central Techno […]

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