Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Historical Core, Camp John Hay


The colorful history of Camp John Hay in Baguio City is preserved through historical landmarks situated in the Historical Core.





































8 comments:

  1. Last time I was in Camp John Hay was when I visited Baguio some 11 years ago. Oh how I wish can visit Baguio again.

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  2. ayaw ko sa camp john hay. may mumu huhuhu.

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  3. @canonista...tagal na nun ah...tara lets go to baguio!!!hehe

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  4. @efd...tama ka, marami talaga mumu, sa camp john hay me work dati and marami talaga mumu...maganda nga mag ghost hunt eh..hehe

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  5. dear asiong,
    i have tickets for friday's pba games. gusto mo manuod ? kamusta pala. binagyo kayo ?

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  6. namimiss ko na ang mga bulaklak sa baguio, hay. ewan ko ba pero kasi pag nasa baguio ako pakiramdam ko nasa ibang bansa ako---diko naramdaman yan nung nasa Sg ako. sa baguio lang talaga.

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  7. so may kakaiba talaga siguro sa baguio pusa...if i can still recall, nung nagback read ako sa blog mo eh sabi mo its a perfect place if you wanted to be alone, magmuni-muni and find yourself..u

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  8. Hi! I'm Ana Rodrigo, a program researcher from GMA 7's Misteryo. We are planning to feature po ghost stories from Baguio. Baka po pwede niyo ma-ishare sakin yung story niyo sa Camp John Hay? You can reach me through my email, ana.rodrigo26@gmail.com or through my mobile number 09275647491. Hope to get your reply. Thanks! :)

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