Rest and Relaxation at Villa Angelina Luxury Suites

“Nindot jud kaayo didto, I swear.”
said Jesse, my blogger friend who has been to Villa Angelina months before we did. Having been to a 5-star resorts in Mactan Cebu, I didn’t really expect so much of this place until I experienced it myself last May. It surely did not disappoint.

I remember Jesse reminded us to just bring the best summer resort outfits that we have at the moment so we can take a lot of outfit shots during our whole duration of our stay and I’m so glad I followed his advice. I didn’t really do my research about the place (which I think was a great decision of mine because it will just spoil the entire experience – or just my excuse because I’m super busy before our trip) and just packed my bestest summer looks in my carry on luggage.

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12 Millennial Things To Do in Baguio | 2 Days Itinerary

Dubbed as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City is definitely one of Filipino’s go-to destination and because of its cool weather, no wonder people tend to flock over here to escape the heat from the metro.

Last February we got the chance to visit the city with my fellow Bisaya Influencers and the Grab Philippines team during Baguio’s Panagbenga Festival. This isn’t my first time in Baguio and although there are a lot of places to see in this unique city, we carefully choose to visit places that are fun for both first timers and returning visitors.

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Travel Diaries: Kamiseta Hotel | Baguio

I know this has been long overdue (haven’t even finished sharing all my Hong Kong post) but I am trying my best to work on my backlogs and lets start on my Baguio trip last February.

If you have been following me on my Instagram, you probably already know that me and other fellow bisaya influencers including Jesse went on a trip to Baguio with Grab Philippines (more about it on my next post). Initially, there wasn’t really any itinerary planned for us so we basically had the chance to create our own. Since it was not our first time in Baguio, the millennial in us wanted to visit instagramable places instead of the usual tourist spots in the city. One of the top must visit places on our list is definitely Kamiseta Hotel.

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