|Ronnel in his very lovely sitting posture|
Ang pagvisit namin sa Heritage Hill ay hindi sinasadya. WALA sa ITINERARY. But since malapit sa aming tinuluyan at nalaman namin they're welcoming visitors, ito ang naging first stop namin.
|Let the ghost hunting begins|
The gate was nearly swung open when the security guard approached us and allowed us in. Before you start the tour, you have to register in their log sheet.
|Though it was damaged for the passed years, it remained clean and the floor is shiny.|
Today, the locals have been heard various screams of agony. Some called the property was haunted because of the scary stories spread during the time of the WWII. (Buti nalang umaga kami pumunta).
You can still imagine how it was perfectly structured and design for all students and priest even before it was damaged.
|The top view|
As per the security guard, marami ring mga visitors that time kase nga bakasyon. Mas maganda nga daw bumisita pag araw dahil sa gabi, maraming parnormal activities ang nangyayari sa loob ng Heritage Hill.
|I wondered how it looked like in afternoon and in evening. Care ko, hindi rin naman ako pupunta dahil duwag ko. hehe|
The place was very quiet. We were the only visitors then. Though I feel quite uneasy, I never fear that we would encounter ghost in that morning. Hmp, takot lang niya kay Chito. hehe
May ibang mga abandoned building na kahit araw, you will feel different. Buti nalang, that time sa amin wala.
|Wandering around the building|
|Atop was the bright sunny day and a big cross|
If you reached the roof top of the building, you seems can't feel scared anymore because of the nice panoramic view given by the Baguio itself.
|Parang Lego toy lang sa taas ng Dominican Hotel|
From atop the hill you can see the whole of City Camp all the way to Burnham Park and the Baguio Cathedral. Towards the left one could see Quezon Hill, Camp Allen, the Baguio Public Market, Center Mall, the campus of Saint Louis University, and Quirino Hill. The Marcos Highway, Green Valley Country Club, and the Sto. Tomas mountain are also visible from Dominican Hill.
I just thought hindi kaya Chito was dreaming or making fun of us or it could be, ang mga taga Heritage Hill ang bumisita sa kanya?!