One of the venue of my first official prenuptial photoshoot is at the Diplomat Hotel. So what's with this hotel? Well my cousins, also the photoshoot team, said that this hotel is haunted. Located in the top of Dominican Hill and overlooking the Baguio City, this building is used to be a seminary where a lot of priest died. Then it was converted to hotel but stopped operating when the owner died.
When we arrived at this place, we were impressed by the facade. It has this old look and grand design. Then when we went inside, it's not creepy as it looks. In fact there was a restoration team doing the wall and flooring. We were fortunate enough to be allowed to go upper floors, I got good PA on my team lol, then we took as much pictures as we could.
It did not disappoint us doing the prenuptial pictorial in Diplomat Hotel plus I got my first visit on a haunted place..
I have been staying on my grandparents house for quite a while. There is nothing much left to do in a province surrounded by far and mountains like here in La Union, so I decided to check the old stuff in the cabinet. I found some old mails and letters with stamps still on it.
There were some Philippines Stamps and some from USA.
It's been a long a time since I received a snail mail. I'm so excited because I'm expecting to receive one when I get back to Manila..
In line with the prenuptial pictorial, here are the behind the scene in Camp John Hay. In total, there were a director, three photographers, two hair and make up and a bunch of assistant. We also had guest coming, thanks to the couples who provided our lunch and snack.
The photo shoot started with early ocular inspection on Camp John Hay so that we could find location for the photoshoot. The pictorial went smoothly and the PA proved there worth he he..
Next will be in haunted Diplomat Hotel..
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