Lazi Church, Siquior

The San Isidro Labrador Parish Church commonly known as Lazi Church, is a Roman Catholic church in the municipality of Lazi, Siquijor, Philippines within the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Dumaguete. It became an independent parish in 1857 under the advocacy of Saint Isidore the Laborer.

When we got here I notice some huge beautiful Balite trees along the road and an old big convent in front of it which is being repaired. The church has a rustic fell with a European style. There were locals who offers to sell red candles for those who will be praying . The place is very peaceful.

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Botanical Garden, Baguio City

This place is one of my favorite in Baguio because it is not crowded and the garden is very relaxing and beautiful.  There were sculptures, ethnic huts where you can take pretty photos, at the gate there are elderly Igorots in their traditional outfit where you can take photos with for a fee. The flowers bloom before summer, so it is better to during those months.

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Tagaytay is an easy place to go to for a very relaxing day. You can take a bus in Baclaran or Coastal mall going to Tagaytay then ride a jeep (people’s park) or tricycle at the rotonda going to the picnic grove. The best thing to do here is to have a picnic and talk with your friends while enjoying the view. Other activity available here is to ride the zip line and horse back riding. You can also take a boat if you wish to go to Taal volcano. Rate is from 1,500 to 2K.

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Luneta park

Luneta park is the go to place if you want to go somewhere relaxing in the capital city of the Philippines. It has a lot of open space where you can walk, jog or play. For those wanting to capture a dramatic photo the place always offers a great sunset.  There are many theme parks like the Chinese garden where you can take photos as if you’re in China and at night you can watch the colorful musical fountain.

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