Magandang Baguio, everyone! We went on another MGCQ drive, this time traveling through a road that leads to nowhere… for now. This was only our second time going to the site, so we decided to wake up very early in hopes of watching the sunrise between the mountain ridges on this newly paved unfinished path and get a breath of fresh air ourselves. Hope you will enjoy this driving tour of ours and if you decide to visit the place, always practice respect by not littering and of course, observe the minimum public health standards.
From the site, the famous Lion’s Head can be seen. The place has been doing rounds on social media and they call it different things aside from its real name, the Demonstration Mines. Some call it the Great Wall of Ongasan, some call it the Great Wall of Baguio. For us, because it is still yet to be connected to Camp 6, Kennon Road, we decided to call it the road that leads to nowhere for now. One thing is for sure, though, the scenery at this hidden gem is one for the books, and to see what we’re talking about, watch until the end of the video.
Please stay home unless you have work or anything absolutely essential to do, and if you do need to go out, practice kindness, mindfulness, and social distancing. Wear masks and let’s all be safe and healthy so can all heal as one.
Tourist Spots Now Open: https://youtu.be/PBlrvn8v3Cc
BURNHAM PARK: https://youtu.be/yZB2cHEadhM
CAMP JOHN HAY: https://youtu.be/Lz0cMMhiix8
MINES VIEW PARK: https://youtu.be/MfW2i6hj8A8
DIPLOMAT HOTEL: https://youtu.be/5o5-mqf-4oQ