While walking on the way to the Mansion, there were vendors in the streets selling Taho (Filipino street food made from silken tofu with sweet caramel and sago pearl), I've been wanting to try Baguio's very own "strawberry taho" and I did. It so yummy with bits of strawberry preserve.
Group shot! A must-have photo when you're in Baguio
Can't help but pose in front of these beautiful yellow flowers which apparently matches my top and sandals.
Our next place to visit was the Mine's View Park, but since it was a long weekend then, the place was too crowded, so instead I just had a photo with this big thing.
This was my remembrance with this cute, sweet, kind and very tired St. Bernard. I paid Php50.00 for these shots. I want to bring him home so he can rest.
There were lots of plants being sold around, it was packed with plant sellers and food vendors everywhere.
This was the view at the park but I was not able to have a solo shot because there's not enough space.
When you go to Baguio, it's a tradition to bring home a pasalubong always. So there, we went to Good Shepherd. It's a place where the super delicious Ube Jams are made.
I enjoyed these wall of plants that are very well taken care of.
I'm looking tired and hungry eh!
You're right about it, the next thing we'll do was eat dinner. Our driver knew a place where most tourist eat while they're here. So we went there. It was at Good Taste restaurant. Like what I have expected, it was packed with people. But the food was great and inexpensive. My happy tummy's now ready to go back to bed and sleep for a more exciting adventure the following day.
Happy weekend everyone!
Btw, there's a part 3! hahaha!