First time in Puerto Princesa City

The Puerto Princesa trip last Friday was my first trip to Palawan. I never really had a decent preparation due to tons of work I had to finish during the weekdays. Despite the busy week, my work didn’t stop me from getting excited for the much awaited Palawan trip.

The Manila-Puerto Princesa flight went well. In fact, I can’t remember any significant detail during the flight since I was sleeping for most of the time. We arrived in Puerto Princesa in the afternoon and we were greeted with a fair weather. A van commissioned by our hosts took us to the different sites within Puerto Princesa. I’ll go into details in the succeeding posts.

I enjoyed my 3-day stay in Palawan very much. The 3-day trip was not enough to experience all the beautiful things Palawan has to offer. We haven’t even experienced half of what can be done and what can be seen in Palawan. On my next trip to Palawan (September), I’ll try my best to try the things I haven’t tried on my first trip.

More details on my Palawan trip next time. (I’m too sleepy to remember everything right now).

Burnham Park, Baguio City

We were blessed to have a fair weather when we arrived in Baguio City that morning despite the rains that shower the rest of Northern Luzon. Equipped with my camera, wide angle lens, and GPS phone, we started off our Baguio trip at the famous Burnham Park.

Burnham Park is located at the heart of the city. The park was named after Baguio City’s planner, Daniel Burnham?. The man-made lake in the middle of the park is its main attraction and made the park a favorite among local residents and visitors alike.

On a normal day, you will often see locales in jogging pants taking their morning walk and exercising in the park. Visitors go visit the park for boat rentals, picnic, biking or for just a leisure strolling around the lake side. The park is also a perfect subject for landscape photographers and tourists.