BAGUIO CITY – A trip to the City of Pines isn’t complete without taking in the view from the top and be amazed by the surrounding valleys.
BAGUIO CITY – When in Baguio, never miss the joy that hearty breakfasts bring, especially when shared with good friends.
Below was an indulgence brought by Choco-late de Batirol, which consisted of steamed rice, longganisa (pork sausage), fried egg, champorado (cocoa-flavored rice porridge) partnered with tuyo (dried fish), and a cup of hot chocolate.
TUBA, BENGUET – If Mother Nature’s works of art aren’t enough, head over to Ben Cab Museum for a little bit of contemporary art appreciation. Each of the small rooms are filled with paintings, sculptures, photos, wood carving, tapestry, and a lot more.
Some of these are, of course, made by the National Artist himself, Benedicto Reyes Cabrera.
But if you think you have escaped Nature…
BENGUET – Boating in the mountains, anyone?
Burnham Park is where many families living or visiting in Baguio City would spend an afternoon when there’s no school or work to have a picnic, ride a bike, or yeah, a boat.
BAGUIO CITY – Wright Park is like the amuse-bouche in a cocktail party. It gives you a small bite of a bigger menu of sights and feels and a glimpse of what Baguio is all about.
Lined with pine trees on either side, this park is best enjoyed strolling slowly – alone, with friends, with special person, or with your family – to admire the beautiful trees and the reflecting pool in the middle as it sparkles with the rays of a setting sun.
BAGUIO – The summer capital of the Philippines is probably one of the most popular tourist places among Filipinos. But believe it or not, it’s my first time in the City of Pines!
MANILA – After nine days of attending the Simbang Gabi (“Evening Mass”, so named because people woke up very early in the morning when the sun hadn’t shone its first rays), Filipinos would still make it a point to hear the Christmas Mass with the whole family.