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Our Trip to Baguio and Sagada (with pics)

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Postby Billy » Mon Feb 17, 2014 6:41 pm

Winston wrote:
Billy wrote:Nice report. Winston I liked somehow the idea of living in Baguio but I am still not sure. For me the overall weather might be a problem in RP as I like running and basketball but can't stand the humidity. Don´t know if Baguio is a good place to be long time. I heard there are many expats already.

Where would you settle again in case you would return to RP if you had no family?


Yeah I don't think Baguio would be good long term. It's ok but it's kind of isolated from other towns, and the nearest airport is 4 or 5 hours away. I don't see many expats there, but I heard that the girls there aren't that interested in foreigners.

I haven't been to that many places in the PH to tell you where is best. You should ask Ladislav or Mr S. I heard that Cebu or Dumagete is good. Palawan is nice too, but expensive. If you don't like humidity, then PH isn't for you.


Recently I am looking into the PH-Addicts and it seems that Baguio has moderately popular with expats specially because of the weather also there are a lot of unis and language schools with a lot of chics. Yeah the humidity is a big problem. Don´t know if I could come around that. Anyway thanks for the reply.
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Postby Winston » Thu Feb 20, 2014 2:51 pm

Here are some more photos from my smart phone.

Dianne looks so thin in this one. Notice the tattoo ring around her ankle.

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Korean appetizers.

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All three of us in swimming pool.

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In Baguio woods at Camp Hay.

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Classy receptionist in our hotel.

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Postby Billy » Fri Feb 21, 2014 3:59 pm

So who is interested in settling down in Baguio? At least untill one becomes used to the humid hot weather.
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Re: Our Trip to Baguio and Sagada (with pics)

Postby Billy » Thu Oct 16, 2014 9:29 am

Someone know about these cities in the northwest? - Vigan city and Laoag City. I read they have less rain than in other parts of the Pi. There are also no typhoons. What do you think?
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