Before heading back to Manila, we took a quick stop in Baguio. I have memories of being there with my family when I was in high school. Those were the days when the family took care of all the planning and spending while we kids just follow their lead and enjoy the trip.
An interesting person indeed.
Nobody told us our driver was a root'n toot'n cowboy. Guess that explains the bumpy ride.
Baguio is overcrowded. The road towards the city was packed with vehicles. The traffic is comparable to that in Manila.
Brain and gut-flavored taho. Kidding! It's actually strawberry.
We visited several tourist traps.
Japanese-themed structure in the middle of the park.
We went inside a very dark "cave". Luckily, I have my trusty flashlight with me. Yes, I keep a flashlight in my bag because I have this constant feeling that I'm going to be trapped in rubble someday and I need something to flash SOS messages.