Camp John Hay: Cemetery of Negativism

The Cemetery of Negativism is the symbolic burial place of negative behaviors & attitudes. This can be seen at the Camp John Hay Historical Core. I really had a great time as I walk along the path and amused by the epitaphs. A very interesting place to help us remember to be more positive for the rest of our life.

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9 thoughts on “Camp John Hay: Cemetery of Negativism

  1. I have been there and it’s such a lovely place. You can’t miss visiting camp john hay when you make a trip to baguio. šŸ™‚ thanks for sharing! šŸ™‚

    • yeah, it’s once of the nicest place to visit here in Baguio. I’m trying to write a blog for all Baguio’s beautiful spot. I really love to share the beauty of my second home through this blog! šŸ™‚

      • I agree. That’s great of you to share your home and hopefully we get to know more of baguio and will definitely visit baguio again when we come home to phils. šŸ™‚

      • Thank you! I was hoping to complete it before the start of Panagbenga Festival so the tourist will know what other spots they can visit. But I’m too slow right now..too many issues with my day job šŸ˜¦

      • Oh that would be nice! I always miss that event when I was in phils, we always go there at the wrong month I think. It’s ok if you are slow, just keep on writing every time you get a chance. Would be following you and check out the places you blog about baguio so we’ll have idea which places to visit šŸ˜‰

      • No worries, you have a lovely blog that is worth following. Thank you for reading my blog too. Am glad you liked it! šŸ™‚

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