Meet the ‘King of The Road’ and more! (Transportation in Baguio City)

Article: Marianne Rabang | Photos: Alberto Mari Reyes | Topic: transportation Transportation Guide for Students, Tourists, and Everyone With it’s unusual terrain and intermittent weather, Baguio City has very limited kinds of transportation. Train terminals and subway systems are non-existent. This is a good set-up because the city’s land area is quite small, only 57.5 square kilometers. … Continue reading Meet the ‘King of The Road’ and more! (Transportation in Baguio City)

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Thrill of Commuting: Get the Ride of Your Life in Cebu City

Article: May Ling Rosito | Photos: Cebu Blue Ocean Academy Students | Topic: Travel, Transportation Thrill of Commuting Multicab There’s no better place to experience the thrill of commuting than here in Cebu. Jeepneys are not called jeepneys instead they are named ‘multicabs’. First thing to remember, one pays for a ride and the distance … Continue reading Thrill of Commuting: Get the Ride of Your Life in Cebu City

Going Around Cebu: 5 Student-friendly Spots in the City

Article and Photo Set: May Rosito Historical City Cebu City has a lot of historical and scenic spots that local and foreign tourists frequently visit. That’s why Cebu Blue Ocean has opened an opportunity for its students to experience being an average tourist in the queen city of the south. It’s not easy touring a city even … Continue reading Going Around Cebu: 5 Student-friendly Spots in the City

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Experience Fall Fashion in Baguio City, Philippines

Article: Marianne Rabang | Photos: Jane and Lyn Autumn-like atmosphere A melting pot of rich cultural diversity, Baguio City is widely known as one of the Philippines’ fashion hubs. With its year-round sweater weather and myriad of style influences from various nationalities, the fashion scene in this area is quite different (even eccentric, I may … Continue reading Experience Fall Fashion in Baguio City, Philippines

Where to Eat: Top 4 Baguio Autumn Restaurants

Where to Eat: Top 4 Baguio Autumn Restaurants

Article: Rona Dale Ortiz | Photos: Marianne Rabang / Huller Dorothy Mondata Sometimes students miss home that they are on a constant search for foods from home or something nearly close to those particular cravings. You’ll never miss home at Pines as we are here to help you cope. Here are the top Baguio autumn restaurants … Continue reading Where to Eat: Top 4 Baguio Autumn Restaurants

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Truly Cebu: Have a warm Coffee at Bo’s | English Philippines

Truly Cebu: Have a warm Coffee at Bo's Article & Photo Set: May Rosito  In the absence of autumn, we are bringing you coffee from the tropics- Bo's Coffee~   To truly experience and taste the flavor of Cebu, we advise students at Cebu Blue Ocean to head over to Bo’s Coffee. This coffee shop … Continue reading Truly Cebu: Have a warm Coffee at Bo’s | English Philippines

Korean Interns have a Blast in Asin River View, Baguio City

Summer is here! Philippines is known to be a hot and humid place, but actually not all parts of the Philippines. A great example of this is Baguio City which is known to be "small America" for Filipinos, so when traveling to the Philippines, Baguio City is highly recommended. Not only that, Baguio is also … Continue reading Korean Interns have a Blast in Asin River View, Baguio City

Top Restaurants for Koreans and Japanese in Cebu and Baguio

Article: May Rosito and Rona Dale Ortiz English Learners visit top restaurants English learners certainly  know how to take a break . Primarily, finding a nice restaurant or a cafe is a nice form of spending the weekend break . Hence, we are featuring the top restaurant of Cebu City plus the winning cafe of … Continue reading Top Restaurants for Koreans and Japanese in Cebu and Baguio

Japanese and Koreans Conquer Mount Kalugong

By: Huller Dorothy Mondata An extreme way of studying English is communicating with your foreign friends AND doing something different like – HIKING! In this part of our blog. Here’s the story of our Korean and Japanese students who break into an intense way of learning English. The Only Rule: English only Policy while hiking … Continue reading Japanese and Koreans Conquer Mount Kalugong

Travel Tip: Mongolian Students’ TOP 5 Things To Do in Hundred Islands

By: Marianne Q. Rabang Who says that traveling and studying English in the Philippines can’t go hand in hand? This month, our English students from Mongolia went outside the confines of their classrooms during their study abroad ESL life as they went to travel to one of the most popular tourist spots in the country … Continue reading Travel Tip: Mongolian Students’ TOP 5 Things To Do in Hundred Islands