Last September 20, 2012, me and hubby together with my brother-in-law and cousin went to Baguio City (the pine city). We rode Victory Liner bus, whose terminals you can find along Edsa and Pasay City. Fare is 445Php per head, which is fairly reasonable though as the seats were roomy (which made my long legs jumping for joy) and there’s free Wi-Fi onboard….yippppeeeee!!! Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, blogging on the road….hooooorayyyy! Our bus departed at 8:00 a.m. and we arrived at 2:00 p.m.
We went straight to our hotel and hit SM Baguio to get some chow. I was so hungry you see as I failed to wake up on our bus stop coz I came straight from work (GY shift).
We dropped by my favorite beauty store Etude House for some Korea fix. Got myself a new eyebrow liner because my old one broke, some toner and facial wipes.
Having some Takoyak, a ball-shaped Japanese snack made of a wheat flour-based batter and cooked in a special takoyaki pan. It is typically filled with minced or diced octopus, tempura scraps (tenkasu), pickled ginger, and green onion.
At 7:00 p.m., we then went to Pizza Volante a 24-hour pizza parlor along the busy streets of Session Road in Baguio City. It has a fine selection of Pizza and Pasta at a very affordable price!! We went straight up to the second floor, but it was jam-packed so we opted to eat at the ground floor where it gives off a decent ambiance to diners as compared to the loud noise going on upstairs (which I prefer).
As you can see from the photo above the place looks so nice, relaxing, somewhat gives off a romantic vibe and the best part is you get to feel natural cold breeze…a little bit chilly sans the aircon.
Hahahaha….isn’t it too obvious that were so hungry that we remember to take photo when the pizza was half-way eaten =P After a sumptuous meal, we then went to Bohemian Bar & Cafe located at Lower Assumption Rd. (just go straight down at Session Rd. you’ll never miss it). If you’re looking for a place with lots of music and a nicely priced food, drinks and appetizers in the evening , then this would be a nice place to visit. They also have a nice set of breakfast served with coffee. I tried their chilly time bomb, which really makes your mouth explode with spicy goodness that I love though. We had a couple of drinks, Weng-Weng to be specific and listened to good music to groove the night away. The only thing that needs improvement with this establishment is the ventilation specially on the 2nd floor.
We went back to our hotel at 10:00 p.m. and played Pusoy Dos, who someone was so unfortunate to always lose almost every rounds….hahaha! After a few drinks that we bought on our way home, we tried to sleep so we can wake up early for the next day’s itinerary.
More post on of our trip and photo bombing on the next days to come!