When a friend invited us on her wedding in Baguio, I felt so delighted to finally visit this place. I remember myself imagining about visiting here when I was a kid. Seeing personally those blooming flowers, filling a basket with red strawberries, wearing a lovely sweater for a cold morning walk and of course visiting it’s known tourist spots. Living in lowland, these things are different to me and it became a little daydream.
It was in January when we visited Baguio, the flowers were already blossoming and there are still few tourists on the area.
We enjoyed a lot our walk at the Wright Park and on the gate of The Mansion.
Of course, the highlight of our visit is this view of love. What a perfect place for a wedding!
And just walking around The Manor at Camp John Hay, will surely make your day.
After a long day, we had our dinner at Café Yagam. Such a remarkable place with very detailed crafts and deliciously made foods.
The next day, before we leave, we drop at the market for something to bring for friends and family outside of Baguio City.
We had a very long travel from Manila to Baguio but it is definitely worth it.