There is a 70% chance that you love coffee or at least drink coffee. You maybe on a passive side when it comes to the passion of drinking coffee, but I am pretty sure that you've tasted coffee once in your life. When my friends were planning to go to Baguio, someone mentioned in our chat group that they will buy coffee in Baguio.That ring a bell on me and made my way to Baguio.
The Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija is less than an hour away from Cabanatuan City, the economic capital of the province. Munoz is the home of the Central Luzon State University and the Philippine Carabao Center . The two institution made Munoz an interesting city to visit in Central Luzon. Both institution is geared towards uplifting the lives of the farmers - the Central Luzon State University (CLSU) is the premier university in Southeast Asia for agriculture while the Philippine Carabao Center (PCC) is focused on research and development of dairy products towards high-yield.
There are places that you've been to and that place seems like a magnet to your soul that you keep on coming back. I've got that place in my heart and that is Baguio City. I always hear the pine trees calling me whenever there is a feeling deviated from my normal state – that takes place most of the time. One Saturday morning, without thinking of any work on Monday, with nothing more than the clothes I wear, and nothing to capture the moment but only my smart phone, we hopped in a bus at Victory Station in Cubao and dreamed while my eyes were open looking at the sceneries going up to Baguio. Its going to be a long and butt numbing bus ride but who cares I love long travels. I've got nothing but my expectations and hope for a cool and nice weekend in Baguio. When we arrived in Baguio, we took a cab going to Teacher's Camp – a rather hunted place for the many but a perfect retreat place for dreary being like me. You will sleep in a decades old rooms or