Our 2019 story of Baguio is full of rains. Not because it is sad but because technically it is always raining while we were there. But I guess the rain helped us rediscover Baguio… even ourselves (I’ll tell you later why).
Here are the 9 Other Things To Do in Baguio City!
1.) Night Market’s Street Food
I actually didn’t like street food. They say it is dirty. But we heard Baguio’s Night Market’s street food will just make you more hungry. We tried the Korean food stall, and then another stall for their best seller crunchy sisig.
2.) Staycation in 87 Guesthouse
To know more of our story in this guesthouse, you may visit this link: https://travellingpeoples.com/2019/06/12/5070/
3.) Mines View pictorial with St. Bernard
Wear your Igorot costumes while doing a selfie with St. Bernard!
4.) Prenuptial Photo shoot?
5.) Good Shepherd
Buy some goodies from The Good Shepherd. Run by nuns and their scholars. I bought snow balls, oatmeal and caramel cookies.
6.) Sinner or Saint Cafe
To know more of our story in this cafe, you may visit this link: https://travellingpeoples.com/2019/06/06/top-10-menu-in-sinner-or-saint-cafe-baguio-city-philippines/
7.) Of Course, The Mansion
The Summer Residence of the President of the Philippines!
8.) Staycation in Ridgewood Hotel
To know more of our story in this hotel, you may visit this link: https://travellingpeoples.com/2019/06/26/things-we-love-in-our-ridgewood-hotel-stay/
9.) Try Cafe by The Ruins
To know more of our story in this cafe, you may visit this link: https://travellingpeoples.com/2019/06/20/top-13-menu-in-cafe-by-the-ruins-baguio-city-philippines/
Such an amazing post. Drooling after seeing delicious food here…
Thank you!! 🖖🇵🇭 Hope to see you 🖖
I love that you enjoy everything you do. Your images illustrate the text very well.
Thank you Maris! Are you living in london? I will be there on 2nd week of August. Let’s meet!
In photos #3 and 4, the weavings remind me so much of the traditional Guatemalan and Mexican weavings I’ve seen. Fascinating! -Rebecca
they say even if people are miles away.. we have a universal myth… I would love to vsit to Guatemala and Mexico!
The similarity of world textiles fascinates me. Either weaving lends itself to certain patterns or we humans are more closely related than we know.
I see.. agree!
And you will love Mexico and Guatemala. The food is delicious and people provide wonderful hospitality. Hope you can visit them soon. 🙂
I would love too.. maybe after this travel restriction.. I will let you know.. Do you have a blog about your visit? I would love to read 😇
Thanks for your interest! Here are three short articles:
Oh, one about Guatemala too: