We Drove for "5 Days and 4 Nights" (Longest Drive So Far)
Good day Baguio City Good day Kailyans! Today, we are going on our longest drive yet. We drove for at total of "5 Days and 4 nights" non-stop So we hope that you will stay with us until the end of our drive Sit back, relax, listen to good music and let us drive you to some beautiful sceneries. We are currently at the BGH Flyover going to Marcos Highway At this point we would like to thank and give a shout out to our avid channel supporters! Big thank you and shoutout to "be happy always" for joining our live chat and for sending us two super stickers! The money will go to our san rival fund Thank you so much! Big thank you and shout out to "Eramblings" for supporting our channel and for sending over a super sticker! This will go to our gas fund. Big thank you and shoutout also to "Montjo01" also for supporting our channel and for sending over a super sticker! This will also go to our gas fund! Thank you and shoutout to everyone who constantly watch our videos and those who support our channel, without you, we will not be able to make these videos. Are you still there? If so, may I humbly ask if you could please like this video? I would really appreciate it.
Do you know where we are going? Watch some more to find out why it took us 5 days and 4 nights Are you still there? We hope you are having a smooth ride so far. Do you know where we are at currently? We are currently at Marcos highway or also known as the Ben Palispis Highway We are taking a right to Wakat Suello Road Suello is the best place to watch what? Suello is one of the best places in Baguio to watch the Sunset Are you still there? If so, thank you so much for accompanying us during this drive. We are now at Asin road, what are the popular tourist destinations are located in this area that you know of? Still there? Did you know that this area in Asin Road is also known for a certain group of products? Do you know what this is? Asin road is lined with several establishments selling wood carvings Approaching to your left is the BenCab Museum Approaching to the right is the Shrine of the Brown Madonna We are approaching Irisan Bridge. Have you noticed? We are not in Baguio anymore Are you still there? If so, may we please ask for your time to like this video? We really appreciate it.
Isn't it refreshing to see more greens than concrete for a change? Are you enjoying this ride? Let us know in the comments section It's about to become dark or "night" We are now in the Asin Tunnel the first of two. It's really dark And it's "daytime" once more We are approaching the next "night" or tunnel. This tunnel is narrower, it is a one way tunnel. It is also darker inside. Ooopps sorry about that, we didn't immediately notice the water droplet. We are at Nangalisan Tuba Benguet, it is the home of several hot springs and resorts.
Have you been here before? Do you know of any resort or hotsprings in the area? Let us know in the comments section. Let's stop here, and go back to Baguio City Just a little information, Baguio City has eased travel restrictions going into the City This is to keep with the new IATF guidelines. The most notable parts of the new guideline are the following: 1. Removal of the Travel Pass (COVID-Shield) requirement and 2. Removal of the RT-PCR or COVID test requirement
It's about to become "night" again It's about to become "daytime" again... It's another "night" time. That's a total of 4 "nights" Are you still there? If so, thank you so very much for accompanying us We are coming up to the checkpoint Checkpoint process went on smoothly since we are Baguio residents and we were just at Nangalisan for just several minutes without disembarking from the vehicle. Are you still there? If so, we'd appreciate it very much if you could please like this video The view of the mountainside is really amazing. We are now back at BenCab museum.
Are you still enjoying the drive so far? If so, answer this question, before the pandemic, what is your favorite tourist destination aside from Baguio? Coming up to another checkpoint, process was seamless. We are back at Asin Road, Baguio City, you might recognize this bridge from one of our previous videos We are taking a left turn to Asin Road, San Luis Village Barangay At this point we would like to give a shout out to some more of our supporters Shout out to "Cactus Haven", "Jose Clemente", "June Grace Aldana", and "Mely Ignacio" We are back at Naguilian road and we are approaching the Gong Festival Mural Which we featured in our Drive by to Tourist Spots in Baguio Video. Please do watch that next That's it for our drive today, thank you for joining us on our longest drive yet. Thank you so much for your support. See you on our next video.
Thank you so much for your support. See you on our next video.