Baguio – Camp John Hay, North Haven Spa, Bloomfields Hotel, Marcos Highway, Palaisdaan
Day 6 of the Vaseline Road Trip of a lifetime.
It just sank in… it’s our last day… I’m going to miss the girls and all who went with us.
Here are the memories captured of our last day in Baguio.
The day started with us girls walking along pine trees 🙂
From shorts, skirts and sleeveless tops we wore scarves and bonnets.
Here’s a quick tip for travelers:
When you travel to different places with differentÂ temperature, you need to consider bringing stuff you can use for both. Â If not, just use lighter alternatives like bringing scarves instead of a bulky heavy jacket, Â leggings instead of maong jeans and a cute cashmere hat or bonnet for style 😛
I pack light and bringing unnecessary stuff is a no-no to me. Â I love traveling alone as well so that means I carry my own stuff… I need to be able to carry all of my luggage myself 🙂
We had breakfast at our hotel in Baguio – Bloomfields hotel.
We were a bit woozy from going out the other night to Nevada square. Â We had fun bonding with everyone!
Our morning started in Camp John Hay were we had our last shoot for the trip. Â Good location 🙂 Â We felt calm around Pine Trees.
Ada said that Baguio has the lowest suicidal rate in the Philippines.
It’s because of the Pine Trees around… It gives a calming effect to people and its surroundings.
True enough, all of us just felt relaxed.
Lol… a shade of pink for each of us 😛
Behind the scenes of our TV clips…
let me know if you see one of our clips on TV 🙂 soon!
After talking to the camera and wrapping up our entire tripÂ with Vaseline, they took us to some special relax time.
This picture was taken in North Haven Spa.
This place is famous for its strawberry body scrub/massage.
See all rose petals? 🙂
Nikki and me… getting giddy and excited… finally, a chance to pause and relax 🙂
Ada, Nikki and me with a bowl of lovely Rose Petals
They served ginger ale tea when we arrived
Ahhh… so nice… look at how relaxed I am… Jeleesss??? 😛
Quick tip – Alternative for an Oily Massage:
If you don’t the oily feeling when you are having your massage, you can request for your masseuse to use cream or lotion.
I used to take a break for work and go to massage parlors. Â I don’t like oil because I knew I need to go somewhere else… So a cream or lotion would be a perfect solution.
Plus, it moisturizes your skin!
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PINK!… See what we’re holding? Â These patterns on the clothing gives you a hint that we’re in Baguio!
Ahh.. will miss these ladies.. I hope we have a reunion.
One more cam-whore shot before we have our therapy
We’re sitting on a bath tub. fyi.
Okay, stop taking pictures already… we want to have our massage now,
Oooh yes.. after massage is chow time!
I ordered Beef Burger with a startling big patty and potato fries for only P150.
Ada and Nikki ordered the White Pasta with lots of sauce and meat for only P150 each.
Love the clear mountains with clouds/fog arround it 🙂
Cam-whore time 😛
behind the scenes of another shoot 🙂
It was so cold!!!
The perfect ingredients of this road trip: Â friends, adventure, cam-whore galore, protection from sun and dry skin with Vaseline 🙂
We can’t get enough photos…
Lord of the rings?
ADA so CUTE we wanna KISS!!!
*photos courtesy of Jeck Simbulan and Vaseline
Here are more pictures from my Camera
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wow…nice view on top of the hills! 🙂
I wanna to have massage too!!!
looks really fun 😀