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Sharing with you our Baguio itinerary with my Dgroup.
This has been a blessed trip with my dgroup. And this is also a great itinerary, since this is not the normal vacation itinerary in Baguio, which is the usual crowded tourist Spots.
I love this itinerary because, i got to see new places and discover other fun things that we could do in Baguio.
Day 1 Friday Night
7:00 pm Meet @ National Bookstore Megamall
8:30pm Dinner @ Shell NLEX (after Bocaue Exit)
9:00 pm Leave for Baguio via SCTEX, Marcos Highway
Stop @ Shell Station @ Rosario, La Union
1:00 am Arrive in PNKY
Day 2 Saturday
8:00 am Breakfast @ PNKY
9:00 am Leave for Strawberry Farm, Tam-awan Village
11:00 am Bencab Museum
1:00 pm Lunch @ Cafe by the Ruins
3:00 pm Stroll @ Camp John Hay
5:30 pm Snack/Coffee @ Chocolate de Batirol
7:00 pm Wash up @ PNKY
7:30 pm Dinner @ Upper Session Road Hill Station
8:30 pm Ukay & Stroll @ Session Road
10:00 pm Movie @ PNKY
Day 3 Sunday
7:00 am Devotion
8:00 am Breakfast @ PNKY
10:00 am BCC or Villa Cordillera, Mines View, Good Shepherd
11:00am Leave for Manila or lunch somewhere
2:00 pm Late Lunch @ Isdaan, Gerona, Tarlac
3:30 pm Continue with trip
6:00 pm SM Megamall
Traveling changes one’s life. I’m sure anyone who has done much of it–especially abroad–would agree. There’s something about the displacement and discomfort of being in an alien place, coupled with the awesomeness of seeing things you’ve never seen before and blowing open the doors of any prior conceptions of “what this world is.” Travel enlarges one’s view of existence.
When I traveled to Southeast Asia the summer after my first year of college (my first experience overseas), I first encountered the life-changing potential of the experience of being abroad. Subsequent trips to Europe and Japan confirmed what I suspected–that there is an unmistakably spiritual aspect to travel. It’s good for the soul. It brings you closer to God. In my case, it enhanced my faith.
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