Up In Baguio For The Holidays

Baguio 2014_4

The holidays may be over, but for us it isn't until Chinese New Year comes. While browsing through hundreds of photos we have accumulated over the merriest time of the year, I couldn't help but smile as I look at the album of our quick getaway the day after Christmas. We went to Baguio for three days to enjoy the cold weather and just relax and have fun with our extended family. We left five 'o clock in the morning as Mr. GJG, the official driver wanted to be there early so not to waste a day ... [ Read More ]

First Time In Baguio


Sharing you a few pictures of Gabbie in Baguio. Despite the cool weather, my little toddler was sweating like a pig! Yes, she loves the cold weather just like her dad. While both of them find the weather so-so, I was semi-freezing! Warning: Cuteness overload with matching touristy feel. I hope this is something cute enough to jumpstart your week. :) Happy Monday! Go Join My Giveaway: Win A Spa Date With Me! ... [ Read More ]

Choco-Late’ De Batirol, Camp John Hay Baguio


No Baguio trip is complete without a visit to the famous Choco-Late' De Batirol. Islas Filipinas Food Products, established in 1996 welcomes everyone to Choco-Late de Batirol, the most awarded and recognized garden-restaurant located in Scout Hill, Camp John Hay, Baguio City.  Our garden-resto is a neo-Cordillera rainforest outfit. An advocacy for the preservation of culture and the environment. Visitors and guests are served a homely meal with hot Choco. "We are not a fast food...," we ... [ Read More ]

Holy Week In Baguio

Giant egg!

Sharing you photos from our quick Baguio getaway. It was hard to take pictures and at the same time enjoy the moment with Gabbie, being pregnant not to mention walking along a sea of people who were also on vacation. Nonetheless, I managed to snap a few photos for everyone's delight. We weren't able to take pictures at the Mines View Park because there were way too many people! We ... [ Read More ]

Cafe By The Ruins, Baguio


Trying out on a local favorite in Baguio that is well loved by tourists, Cafe By The Ruins is a quaint little restaurant located in the heart of the city waiting to be explored. The signage is quite small and a bit hard to read that you might just miss it. While waiting to be seated, Gabbie immediately noticed the contraption to churn cream/butter, gave us the can-I-please-play-with-it-look so we let her and I took a picture. *heehee* Sad that I wasn't able to try any of their breads ... [ Read More ]