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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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

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

WHAT TO BRING? [The Baguio City Survival Kit]

Article by: Marianne Q. Rabang What's up everyone? How's your stay in Baguio so far? Are you enjoying the cool climate, diverse restaurant choices, and the endless racks of second-hand clothing in ukay-ukays? Well, I bet you are! Before you go all out in exploring this melting pot of clothes, foods, and nature slash city mash up, … Continue reading WHAT TO BRING? [The Baguio City Survival Kit]

【PIA Diaries 01】My Wonderful PIA Life – Food, Friendship, Hiking, Traveling, Learning! (By 有賀祥太-Shota Ariga)

By Shota Ariga (PIA graduate) Hi I'm Shota! I came from Japan and I have studied English for 3 months in PIA. This study abroad was a good experience for me because I could make many international friends. When I got here, I was so nervous because I thought the Philippines is dangerous. But actually, … Continue reading 【PIA Diaries 01】My Wonderful PIA Life – Food, Friendship, Hiking, Traveling, Learning! (By 有賀祥太-Shota Ariga)

The Go-to Bookshop for Children and the Children-at-Heart :)

By Marianne Q. Rabang Hello to all my fellow bookworms and arts and crafts enthusiasts out there! 🙂 Today, I am going to feature a magical place where books, postcards, bookmarks, tote bags, paper products, and a wide array of craft items are found. It is none other than Baguio's most child-friendly bookshop: Mt. Cloud … Continue reading The Go-to Bookshop for Children and the Children-at-Heart 🙂