My 3 year old nephew, upon seeing fog, remarked  “sunog” which translates to fire in Tagalog. He still can’t distinguish smoke from fog but it’s cute hearing it from him. He’ll eventually understand since he’ll stay rooted to Baguio for more years to come. It still enchants me everytime I go back. My palace in the […]

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The Sagada Saga ends here. Despite our late excursion, thanks to Sagada Pines, we woke up really early the following day. We heard sounds of church bells ringing and people singing for the Misa de Gallo at four in the morning. MT. KILTEPAN I’m not a morning person but I motivated myself to wake up […]

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Our Sagada adventure continued! Strolling around the small town on Day 1 made us reminisce our childhood memories while spelunking on Day 2 challenged our physical abilities. We took it easy on the morning of Day 3 where I had the chance to interview one of Sagada’s artists, James Wandag. After which, I and my sister lunched […]

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Here’s Part II of our Sagada adventure. If you missed Part I last week, you can always go back and read about it here. The caves are one of the major attractions of Sagada. We didn’t want to miss the often-talked about cave connection between Lumiang and Sumaguing . When we were younger, we only visited […]

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Sagada will always remind me of December. I realized I’ve visited the town twice before. Misty days and nights. Six degrees and below temperature – the same temperatures we feel in Baguio City during January to March. The town’s “soul” didn’t change during our recent December trip. Cold temperature and drizzles welcomed us as we got out of […]

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