Last January 1-4, me and my husband went to Baguio for a short vacation. It was my first time to travel again after my last trip in 2013. I considered Baguio as my second home, a lot of things happened here ever since I was child, my husband even proposed to me in this city that is why it meant a lot for us. It was really a struggle for me travelling because my back will surely ache after 10-20 minutes of sitting.
It was really a struggle, but I made it. It is also our first time to travel alone without our kids and other family member so, this is really a joy ride for us and a good way to start the year. I was really eager to travel the Philippines, so before I die I can keep the memories in my heart and in some photos. Here’s some photo of what happened in Baguio.
Baguio here we come!
Here we come Baguio! We ride a Victory Liner First Class bus so we can lessen the travel hours. I know a lot of people had been to Baguio, but this is an achievement for me. Please bear with you PWD blogger. haha 🙂
We arrived at Baguio around 2:00 – 2:30 P.M. After we left our things at the house, we rushed to Burnham Park which is 10 minutes away from where we are staying to eat our lunch.
This is heaven for me! I love their mango with Ilocos vinegar. You may think it’s weird, but it’s not haha 🙂 It taste really good. We ate at a small restaurant near by which serves the best bulalo in Baguio. To my hungry-ness I forgot to take some photos. Oh by the way we got lost on our first day, since I cannot count on my memory these past few days 🙁
Good night for us! at the top of SM Baguio.
Start of our adventure!
Our first stop on our second day is Bell Chinese Church. Since I ate a lot of mango last night my tummy is not participating with me. It was struggle going to Bell Chinese Church because it’s too far from our place it takes 45 minutes to 1 hour travel and I think EDSA has been transported in Baguio. Look how many houses you can now see. 🙁
Panoramic view of Minesview Park. Hubby loves this place because he can be like Leon Guererro for a day while riding his horse!
Even if it’s so hot we manage to take some we-fie on the well known “The Mansion” where Philippines Presidents stays whenever they are here in Baguio. I still remember when former President Gloria Arroyo stayed here she manage to go out and mingle with people without her guards by the way.
We will never forget to have our photo taken with the Beethoven of the Philippines, Bogart or Bruno. Can remember his name though.
Here’s another shameless we-fie from us with Baguio’s scenic view on the background.
This 50’s Diner was now one of a foodies iconic place in Baguio. I remember when my hubby and I was still dating we manage to seat wherever we wanted in this place, but now you will need to wait at least 30 minutes just to eat in here. Glad that we know “Tatay” who always served our meals here and by the way this is just a walking distance on our place.
It’s time to say goodbye and until next adventure from us!
This was taken in Pangasinan already I slept when the bus depart from Baguio, but I really had a very wonderful time in Baguio and I will surely do more travels with the hubby or with the whole family this year. Cancer will never make me quit in doing what I really wanted in life, to travel!
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