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I happen to have stumbled upon this place during my stay in the area and it was a unique inscription. The tombstones represent all the negative thoughts a person possesses. If you want to let go of those feelings, this is the place to bury it.

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The Lion's Head is the first thing that would welcome you to Baguio once you pass by Kennon Road's zig zag routes. It is often repainted which is why it sometimes doesn't look anything like a lion. They have some good souvenir shops here, but they can be pricy than the ones on the markets in the city itself. There's also quite a lot of people here so if you want to own the place for your photos, best go here very early.

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If you want to get to Baguio City in record time, Kennon Road should be the route you should take. This route is not for the faint heart because the route is filled with sharp zig zag paths which can be daunting for those who hate heights. The path is relatively safe but it should be avoided during the rainy season due to falling rocks and other issues.

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Just like other SM, this place is where you can get supplies and purchase whatever you will need during your stay. There are also restaurants here that you can check out when you are hungry. They do also have some souvenirs for sale but they can be a bit pricy.

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This part of Camp John Hay is a perfect photo ops area. It is a small amphitheater close to Bell House and it can be rented for private events if memory serves me. When there is no event, you can freely do photoshoots here for your IG and they have nice flowers here too!

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