About two months ago, we made a sudden decision to visit Baguio overnight. This time, we went back with friends for a planned trip to welcome the summer. We went to the usual suspects: Pizza Volante, Vizco's Strawberry shortcake, Baguio Craft Brewery, Lourdes Grotto, Cafe by the Ruins, BenCab Museum, Camp John Hay, Mines View, Good Shepherd, O'Mai Khan, and 50's Diner. A safe, fun for all, deliciously-filled trip to the country's summer capital.
The beauty of freelancing is I have control of when to work and how much work to do in a day. The downside is that my days are scheduled by the hour so slacking off is not an option. That's why I'm more than happy to tag along whenever he effortlessly comes up with spontaneous road trips that change-up our dates and give us a much needed R&R together.
Starting the year in Baguio
It would have been a regular to-the-mall Saturday afternoon, but instead I brought with me a backpack full of necessities and we're off to the 90's Summer capital of the Philippines. In five hours, we discovered new music in Spotify, ogled at the landscape and views, mobile booked to Newtown Plaza Hotel (thank you Agoda!), and were in the cold plateau by the time evening struck.
First agenda: dinner. Baguio is known for its collection of dining destinations and we're willing prisoners to many of them. Our first choice, always, is Pizza Volante where we automatically order shrimp pizza, carbonara, strawberry shake, milk shake. Here's proof that it is our ultimate favorite.
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