Posts Tagged ‘Camp John Hay

24
May
17

Impromptu Baguio

When you suddenly have a long weekend ahead of you, what do you do?  Normally, I’d just catch some sleep but since the Labor Day weekend became unexpectedly longer, a quick getaway is in order.

Hello, Baguio!

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09
May
16

TNF100 2016 Chronicles: Outtakes

My TNF100 2016 Chronicles would not be complete without the stories behind the scenes, before and after the race.  This is also where I got to look back at the event and note my observations and lessons learned.

Camp John Hay

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06
May
16

TNF100 2016 Chronicles: Homecoming

It was 2010 when The North Face 100 (TNF100) was first staged in Baguio.  It was also the last time I joined.  This year, they’re returning to Baguio—and so am I!  And this is my story.

The improved TNF100 race marker, now with reflectors

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02
May
16

The Race to Outdoor Revolution – TNF 100 2016

[Press Release] Boundaries.  They’re made to be broken.  This is the mantra of those who never stop exploring and pushing themselves to their limits.  This is the mantra of the participants of the TNF 100 2016.

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26
Nov
13

Strawberry Chronicles: Impromptu Trip to Baguio!

I have been going through a lot of stress lately.  It’s funny that I haven’t had this much stress when I was doing regular office work.  I guess real life is more stressful!  And because of that I just decided to have a quick getaway.  Two options were in my mind: the beach or the mountain.  And by the title of this post, you can already guess which one won.

Dawn in Baguio City

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10
Jun
13

EXPLORAC: Run, Explore, and Experience Earth Like Never Before

(Press Release) Beyond progress and technological breakthroughs enclosed within the urban landscape is a rich and diverse outdoor geography, most often unexplored.  As AyalaLand and ROX, the country’s premier outdoor provider, aims to encourage people to discover the magnificent glory of nature.

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