Since we now have a baby who’s barely two months old, it would be ages before Kai and I can go on an out-of-town trip again with just the two of us. So, it’s nice to be able to, for the moment, just relive our previous trips through Sweet Saturday. For today, I’d like to share photos of our Baguio trip in 2008, wherein we also traveled with three other friends. It was actually my first out-of-town trip with Kai, which is one of the reasons why it’s so memorable.
The photo below was taken at the Manor Hotel. We didn’t stay there at that time but we just hung out and took pictures.
Below is a photo taken at our visit to Burnham Park. We left our friends for a while (hehehe) and decided to take a stroll. That is where we had our first taste of strawberry taho (soybean custard). It was yummy!
Of course, we also had our photo taken at The Mansion. This is where the President stays when he goes to Baguio.
Any Baguio visit will not be complete without going to the Minesview Park!
And any out-of-town trip with friends will not be complete without a night out in town. We all went to this bar near Camp John Hay. I forgot what it’s called. I just remember that we had a ghostly encounter at the parking lot when we were about to leave.
Here’s our photo taken when we stopped over at the viewing deck by the Lion’s Head, overlooking the roads leading to Baguio.
On our trip home, we stopped by at a Filipino seafood restaurant in Tarlac, wherein the tables were actually inside huts built on water. After enjoying the food, we also watched dancers who danced traditional Filipino dances. But the most fun part was when all of us went to their Tacsiyapo Wall (sort of like an anger wall), wherein you can literally throw ceramic plates and cups to release your anger. It was super fun and hilarious! That’s when I learned I have really bad aim, hehehe.
The trip was really so fun that we didn’t want it to end. So, even when we already got back to Manila and it was nighttime already we didn’t go home and instead went to have coffee in Starbucks, wherein this photo of us holding hands was taken.
Seeing all these photos again makes me really miss those times. I can’t wait until our next trip together.
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