Thursday, March 24, 2011

baguio: short side trip is short

sagada day3: little steps to the big falls

Unplanned side trip. Originally planned after our Bomod-Ok tour was to buy souvenirs and pasalubong then head home. But we stayed for a night in Baguio because we were told it's not safe to travel back to Manila during night time. Luckily, Kuya Edgar has a contact in Baguio so we stayed there and paid another 3K for our group. Kawawang bulsa.

We then decided to make the most out of our extended vacay by roaming around Baguio first before finally heading to Manila. First stop, The Mansion.

The Mansion

me and my unruly hair

Right in front of The Mansion is the Wright Park. Isang tawid lang, next stop na.

Apple and Sheena at Wright Park

We also didn't miss to visit Mines View Park. This stop's highlight? The strawberry taho. Potential business sa Manila 'toh ah! *insert light bulb sound effect*

tahooo.. taho kayo jaaann..

Aside from that, we also bought pasalubong. Tons of them. Strawberries, Oranges, Peanut Brittle, Lengua.. Name it, they have it.

who can ask for more?

strawberries are ♥
photo credit to Lelai

We left our hauls in the van to make way for some picture picture over the observation deck.

holdin' tight! hahaha

Baguio's beautiful girls. chos!

Before leaving Mines View, tamang trip muna. Tadaaaa! For 10php, in full costume ka na! :))

wearing Baguio's latest trend

For reasons still unknown to me, we visited PMA as well.

can you still see me?

Lastly, we went to Good Shepherded Convent. Aside from the fact that I am not into anything ube, I was already drained then so I just stayed inside the van.  But Jun gave me a bottle of ube jam so I was forced to taste it. The verdict? Not a fan, still. =p

house of the best ube

We then headed to Manila. Sagada-Baguio trip was over!

*other Sagada stories by friends
tsinatown {Check out her blog for our Sagada expenses. That's coming soon. Pressure ito Sheena. (: }
kaladkarin-on-the-go {A friend who made it to Sagada before me. Oo, di nya ko ininvite! Haha! }

**credits go to Silin, Lelai, Jen and Jun's cameras + whoever took the pictures



musingan said...

one of my plan is to go to Baguio on my vacation next year...

Sey said...

my last stop to Baguio was when i was around 5 years old I guess. Strawberry jam is my favorite. The good news, we're planning to go there this May. Let's cross our fingers.

MiDniGHt DriVer said...

What i like in baguio is not only the weather, but also the people behind great cultures there.

I miss baguio... super... nafollow mo na? LOl

Apple Borbon said...

@musingan. when you do, go visit strawberry farm and post some pictures. haha! been to baguio thrice pero i never get to visit it.

@sey. i love strawberry jam too. and anything strawbery. haha!

@midnight driver. demanding much! opo.. ngaun lang! follow me too! hahaha! :))

Jhanz said...

Ang saya naman! Sana makapunta din ako ng Baguio. Never pa ko naligaw dun e. Hehe. :D

David said...

I miss baguio. Actually di pa ako nakapunta pero namimiss ko na ang lugar na yan dahil sa pics na ipinakita mo.

Good day folk. napadalaw lang.

Ellie said...

i forgot the name of the cave in Sagada that we went to. i wanna go back there, and Baguio too!

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Unknown said...

i've been to baguio many times and it's my favorite place in the Philippines.. because i love cold places. those strawberries made my mouth waters. hehe.. looks like you had so much fun.

Tsina said...

Natapos ko din. HAHA. Sapilitan. =p

Apple Borbon said...

@umi & denase. try visiting baguio this summer. salamat sa pagdaan! =)

@babe. talaga you've been to sagada na rin? the caves are lumiang and sumaging.

@mayen. yeah, we had so much fun. sagada + baguio. and yes the strawberries looks yummeh.

@tsina. congrats, teh! haha! =))