Baguio City- My second home
Going home, spending time with the family, I feel they're my friends as well, all of them. I look forward to meeting any one of them for a coffee, and when we all get together, I just love it.-Domhnall Gleeson
|Camp John Hay|
My favourite time of the year to visit Baguio is and will always be the christmas season or anytime between October to February as these months are the coldest. Average temperature could go from 18 degrees celsius down to 8 degrees celsius. You could feel the cold christmas season especially with the christmas lights within the city, the christmas villages at Camp John Hay and Burnham Park, The dancing fountain at Burnham Park and the "wagwagan stores" along session road. Not to mention as thus season is the strawberry picking season, where we can choose to pick strawberries at the farm in Trinidad.
There is always a good memory to ponder upon on every year on this place. No other place has replaced Baguio City in my heart. Let me start with touring you around to the beautiful sceneries and places you can go to when you are here:
the Tsokolate de Batirol at Camp John Hay
the different flavors of tsokolate de batirol
The longest pond across The Mansion
SM City Baguio at the top of Session Road
Starbucks Camp John Hay
Tam-awan Village Baguio where you can have the local artist of Baguio to make a sketch of you
The old Diplomat hotel
The Manor Hotel
Baguio City is giving you what is on the top of the archipelago. It is showing you more of the mountain side, of what is on the northern part of the country. It is more of the beaches, island hoping and of the humid and tropical weather -It absolutely gives you the opposite of it.
As for me, It's more than the place but it's the friends I left behind that I always go back to.
A friend is one of the nicest things you can have, and one of the best things you can be. ~Douglas Pagels