I always says that I would like to travel and conquer the world. But before doing that, I would like to see first the beauty of our country, Philippines. Since it is my first travel post. I can it is memorable, but I can also says that I did enjoy too much. Someday, I would love to go back here in Baguio, wherein I will not just sleep in a room, but I will go out and explore more things.
Anyways, I would like to share my little experience to you this Baguio experience. Baguio is the Summer capital of the Philippines. Even the sun is really up high, you will feel so cold. Yes. cold. Most of the hotels there doesn’t offer a room with air conditioner. Yes. Totally none. So all came from the cold breeze. Even the SM. This is the ONLY SM that has no air conditioner. I am lucky because when I got there, few raindrops only and no heavy rains at all. YEHEY. Would you also believe that I got here with 1500 pesos only? Roundtrip van, hotel accommodation and tours? Yes. 1500 pesos only. Except on the pasalubongs and foods. 🙂 Since it is only a two day trip, it is so sulit.
So here are the few experience that I got during this 2-day Baguio trip.
As we all know, Baguio has cold weather because it is surrounded by super duper lots of trees. And it is located to the highest peak of a mountain 🙂 And it has a lot of pines trees also, as all we know.
Our first stop is this PNP base. What I love about here, is you will see that they are so disciplined enough to keep this place so clean. No trash at all. Believe me. It is soooooooooooo clean.
This was taken on a tree house. I looked so haggard. Look at my hair. hahaha. Bagong gising. Lol.
Joyce and I. Lol to our face! hahah
This tree house is amazing. Those people are Joyce’ relatives. 🙂
I believe that all Filipino should have these 3. Courage, Integrity and Loyalty. This is where police wannabees (lol for that word. hahah) have their march.
The not so perfect Kryz Uy pose. hahaha.
This is so like my Alma Mater, De La Salle University-Dasmarinas. I love to walk here, no trash, and very few people. ❤ it.
Since it so putik at the Straberry farm and the entrance fee is a little bit expensive (kuripot lang ako) hahah, we did not came to pick the strawberries all by ourselves. 😦 Maybe next time!
I having my strawberries! I love it! The strawberries here is quite cheap. :))
This trip would not be complete without tasting this STRAWBERRY TAHO! Yahooo. (Pardon on my photo. I just use my old phone. hehehe.)
Pardon again my chubbiness. hahaha. Doing again the not so Kryz Uy pose. (Sorry Ate Kryz! 🙂 )
With Joyce’ niece, Alhia! A super adorable kid! #Alhiadventures
The Lourde Grotto that consist of 252 steps.
I know I can finish it! #Tiwalalang Though I have to jog na. Because it is so tiring! hahah
And I survived! Peace! 🙂
This is so funny. Found my own salon at Baguio. did not know that I have business here. heheh.
The almost zero visibility road. Heading back home!
One thing that I learned here is that, whenever you go on traveling, make sure you make most out of it. Explore more and educate yourself more. I guess, on my next trips, I can know how can I handle more on this. 🙂 But then again, It gave me so much realizations that can be adjusted on my next trip. 🙂 -JAR