|Dankey takes pleasure in cool and fresh air|
|at the Manor Hotel|
The cold weather and breath taking spots of Baguio City makes it very appealing to local and foreign tourists.
|breathtaking view of Cordillera mountain ranges|
Baguio City features a subtropical highland climate under the Koppen climate classification. The city is known for its mild climate. It is because of this that Baguio is nicknamed the "Summer Capital of the Philippines".
|Camp John Hay Manor Hotel- home of an outstanding 18 hole golf course.|
Owing to its high elevation, the temperature in the city is 8 degrees Celsius lower compared to the average temperature of the rest of the country. Average temperature ranges from 15 to 23 degrees Celsius. It is usually lower during the late and early months of the year. The lowest recorded temperature was 6.3 degrees Celsius on January 18, 1961. This is in contrast to the all-time high of 30.4 degrees Celsius recorded on March 15, 1988 during the 1988 El Niño season. Baguio seldom exceeds 26 degrees Celsius even during the warmest part of the year.
|crisp clean air and lush surroundings of Baguio|
|Dankey's favorite spot|
|sniffing blooming Hydrangeas|
You'll see more of Dankey's adventures in Baguio soon...