As I wrote here previously, my last Baguio was a memorable one thanks to the hospitality provided by Azalea Reaidences. If you want to know what that feels like, check out this post that the good folks at Azalea Residences would like to share to you all. Back in the day summer would not be complete without taking a trip to Baguio for a few days. One can see families and friends enjoy a boat ride at Burnham Park, taking photos at the Botanical Garden, buying souvenirs and brooms at the city market, munching bread or biscuits with the famous ube and strawberry jam, seeing the beautiful view at Mines View Park,…
When we think of Baguio, normally we think of the cool climate which makes it an ideal place to unwind and relax in the midst of the pine trees. Baguio is not really known as a venue for activities that are considered “extreme” since there had been no venues in and around the city to do those kind of stuff…until now. The Urban Roamer was fortunate to have among those who were invited to check out one of Baguio’s newest destinations, one of the first venues there to offer “extreme” activities in the summer capital, Tree Top Adventure Baguio.