Category Archives: Baguio City

Baguio – A City at the Top of Mountainous Region

For as long as I remember it was my fourth time that I went to Baguio City. First was a long time ago during my senior year in high school, next was during college, then with my deceased sister in year 2007 and the most recent and up to date was last May 2010 together with my mother and my

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Philippine Military Academy – A Military Institute with Touch of Tourism

When we roamed around Baguio City, one of the places we spent our time was Philippine Military Academy which happened last May 2010. As we took our way to the said academy, I remembered the first time that I visited the academy when I was in high school, we visited the academy during Rizal Day which is a national holiday

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Chromatic Outlook : Mortar M120 (USA) At Relics Point

Chromatic Outlook (Post#24) : Mortar M120 (USA) At Relics Point Mortar M120 is one of the World War II archived weapon that can be found displayed in Relics Point inside Philippine Military Academy. As mentioned in the excerpt in the photo, the weapon was used against the invading Japanese imperial army. Photo captured during the trip in Baguio City last

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Reflections, Inspirations and Perceptions : Cemetery of Negativism in Focus

Reflections, Inspirations and Perceptions (Post#1) : Cemetery of Negativism in Focus One of the photos on this had been published under the category of photo theme “Something To Look At” post which can be found here. This time, I will further elaborate the details of the cemetery based on my thoughts opinion and my understanding. Maybe the idea is not

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Enriching Viewpoint : Camp John Hay – Historical Figures Totem Pole

Enriching Viewpoint (Post#2) :  Camp John Hay – Historical Figures Totem Pole The Totem Pole consist of historical figures which has influence or roles for Philippines and US military relations which happened during the first half of 20th Century. We found this totem just beside the Bell House which was a historical site within Camp John Hay in Baguio City.

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Something To Look At : The Lost Cemetery

Something To Look At (Post#1): The Lost Cemetery When we visited Camp John Hay in Baguio last May 2010, we found an interesting area. It is called “The Lost Cemetery”, the quotation mentioned in the photo was came from Commander Major John Hightower. While looking in its message, I think everyone has been guilty even myself because there were times that

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Home : Cavaliers Park at Philippine Military Academy

Home (Post#9) : Cavaliers Park at Philippine Military Academy I spent two-week vacation back to my country when I was still working in Singapore. And one of my vacation itinerary was to return to Baguio City. It was my third time and first time to my mother and youngest sister to visit the coldest city in my country. Part of

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Name Of The Place : Baguio City

Name Of The Place (Post#8) : Baguio City Last May 2010, my mother, my youngest sister and myself visited Baguio City. The photo above is the name of the city that can be found in Rizal Park near in famous Burnham Park at the heart of Central Business District of Baguio. The city is one of the coldest and beautiful

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