Baguio Tree Top Adventure
This is my so-called solo adventure, because why not? It's a new experience, and I have conquered it well. This happened late last June, I was hesitant at first because I was supposed to visit Baguio with my aunt and cousin but they backed out the last minute. Having filed my vacation time and having been approved a few
days ahead, left me almost no choice but to pursue the leaves, but solo. It turned out to be quite an adventure :)
The treetop adventure was at the top of mind. It's really included in my plans, aside from food trip. So I braved myself the first morning I woke up in Baguio, mind you it was drizzling and all fogginess, but surprisingly, not so much as chilling as it is during the ber months. Ah.. writing this makes me want to go back! Being in one with nature is a necessity. I felt like I was once again alive, like I inhaled a new breath of life.
So that's what you call relaxing thousands feet above sea level. I really would like to do this again or just relax here at Camp John Hay. I think I've found my third place, aside from home (first) and office (second). Next time, I'll bring my mom and my beautiful niece.