*** Picture heavy post – mostly Cliff and I’s faces so… Enjoy? 😀
Last Sunday, Cliff and I were invited to this activity called the Friendship Power Kembot, a running event organized by the Fabulous Running Divas to build a sense of comradery among the running community. To those who cannot understand Tagalog, ‘kembot’ means to shake the hips (but don’t take it literally). 😛 The route has a combination of rough road, pavement and trails that went constantly uphill and downhill. It is said to be a 21km trail starting form Silang, Cavite and back via the infamous Cardiac Hill in Laguna.
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The Amazing Show formerly known as the Manila Film Center is a national building situated at the southwest end of the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Pasay City, Philippines. A project by the former first lady Imelda Marcos and it is known as one of the haunted places in the country.
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The Laperal House is one of the most haunted places in the Philippines and it is located in Baguio City, north of Luzon. A vacation home built by Roberto Laperal in the 1930s, the house is said to be the residence of the ghosts of a woman who looks out the window and a little girl who stands on the stairs. The house is, unfortunately, closed most days of the year, so you can only appreciate it from the outside.
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I’ve already traveled to Baguio twice and have visited some of the tourists spots like the Burnham Park, Mines View Park, the Mansion, etc but I didn’t get the chance to visit the Diplomat Hotel. So last September, I’ve decided to take a trip back to Baguio and my mission is to explore one of the most haunted places here in the Philippines.
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Oslob is a small town near the southern tip of Cebu Island that encompasses 21 villages, including Tan-awan. It has become a domestic and international hotspot for tourism since 2011 due to the whale sharks that swim close to the coast.
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I do not really support animal tourism. I have friends who already tried swimming with these gentle giants and came back home with exciting stories. I’ve been to Cebu several times but I’ve never been attracted to it. The only reason I did this is because I want to witness/experience first-hand how they operate the whale shark watching activity in Oslob.
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