27 January 2012

Baguio



The boyfriend and I went to Baguio last weekend after hinting how much I wanted to go there with him. It wasn't our first time to go there but it was our first time together. I was in Baguio sometime last year to interview scholarship applicants when I was still in my previous job. I also vaguely remember being there when I was very very young.

The boyfriend has been in Baguio, I'm guessing, many times. One of those times was when he was still with his ex. I know because I saw their pictures in his laptop and they're still there. No, I'm not jealous. Just sharing, stating a fact.

Anyhoo, we arrived past lunch without absolutely no plans. From where the bus stopped, we hauled our bags to Session Road to look for a hotel to stay. Took us almost two hours before we settled in a two thousand a night hotel. Very pricey for a mediocre hotel but we're too tired and hungry to search further. The only good thing about that hotel was it was located very near Session Road.



After settling in the hotel and cleaning up ourselves, we went straight to Pizza Volante in Session Road for lunch. We found the food bland and pricey and the service slow.

We then went to Burnham Park to stroll. There's not really much to see or do in that park except for boat riding and biking which we decided not to try. But we enjoyed walking with the chilly wind. Also, we watching people and making fun or judgment of them. Heh.



We had dinner at Zola Resto Cafe. While waiting for our food, a Korean girl sat with us and asked if she can take pictures with us. She explained she was with her family and it was a dare. After taking pictures she chitchatted a little but it was very hard to understand her English. Before she left, she complimented that we were good looking guys. Heh.


We were supposed to have beer right after dinner at 108 Session Road Cafe but things came up so we decided to stay in the hotel the rest of the night.

5 comments:

  1. Some recommendations when you go back next time: http://daredevilry.wordpress.com/2011/03/18/let-me-tour-you-to-baguio/

    :)

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  2. Dammit. I am so bookmarking that post of yours. Haha.

    Thanks, Eon! :D

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  3. Aww how cute! I never did get Baguio. Something about the cold weather just doesn't sit well with me. But it seems like you guys had a blast. :)

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  4. Talaga? Kami naman gusto namin sa malalamig. Sabi nga namin bibili kami ng bahay doon. Haha

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    1. That is so sweet! I am officially inviting myself to your house warming pag mangyari yun. haha

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