Monday, April 19, 2010

Baguio Fever

Baguio again, with the family this time.

Mac brought Madie, his niece, with us because she has never been there. I'm not too sure if she had that much fun because she had a hard time because of the long travel, apparently she's not used to traveling.

It also was my first time to drive up to Baguio and it wasn't that hard.

We stopped by Manaog first to hear mass.

We arrived at Baguio by lunch time. Had lunch at Kubo Grille. Their barbecue was good.
I'm not really too familiar with the roads in Baguio but I think this is along Legarda.
Took pictures while waiting for the food. You really eat in Kubo huts.
One order of barbecue is composed of 3 sticks.

Excited to eat alreadyWe went around with the Javier family all day. Mac was reunited with the PSP boys. Mommy Lina's apos loved playing video games.
While the older ones were playing with a new toy - "Bop It". It strengthens reflexes. And Mom was not too good at playing. She needs a lot of practice. =)

We went to The Mansion for picture taking.
Mac with Sena and Madie

Andreus looked sad because he wanted to ride a bike
And Wright Park also.

Karen, Andreus (who was still sad), Alain, OJ, Sena and Madie
OJ the monkey

After lunch, we went to Tam-Awan Village to see where the Igorots used to live. They had artists there that could draw your face for only P100.00. Mom, Mommy Lina and Tita decided to have it done. They don't think they looked like their drawings but I can see the resemblance. They looked younger in the drawings.
Mommy Lina
There were Igorots dancing so the kids danced with them.

We had breakfast the next day at Cafe by the Ruins. A little bit expensive with price ranging from P180-250.00 but it was worth it.
Coffee with the brown sugar
Suman with Tsokolate

We let the kids play in the park and rented a bike (P30-40.00/hr) which they enjoyed.

Ice Cream break
Biggest kid in the park

We never get tired of going to Baguio because we love the good weather and it was specially fun to go with kids because they are the ones who really enjoy the activities.

We love Baguio

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