Baguio

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.

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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.

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just the right time at the Wright Park

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Of course, the highlight of our visit is this view of love. What a perfect place for a wedding!

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And just walking around The Manor at Camp John Hay, will surely make your day.

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Baguio still holds a beauty you’ll adore. Still a place you’ll love to explore.

 

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stilling moments at the City of Pine

 

After a long day, we had our dinner at Café Yagam. Such a remarkable place with very detailed crafts and deliciously made foods.

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Cafe Yagam

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The next day, before we leave, we drop at the market for something to bring for friends and family outside of Baguio City.

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had a taste of this pink ice cream
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and finally, Baguio strawberries!!!

We had a very long travel from Manila to Baguio but it is definitely worth it.

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2 Comments

    1. Carissa Jane

      October 16, 2017 at 1:42 PM

      hehehe kahit na mas marami pa yun tulog nyo haha

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