Baguio - Manila - Bacolod
My title says it all. I know this has been a very late post but who cares anyway. Let me start by saying that this was last December 2014 pa. Yes. 2014 pa ito. Hahaha. And tonight is just the night I found the luxury of time to make a post for this.
So it was our very first time to go out of town ng December. Usually kasi lagi lang kaming stuck sa house every Christmas Holiday since we are not celebrating Christmas. So I am really excited for this trip. It was almost 5 or 6 years ago since the last time we went in Baguio and I was in the middle of pag momoving - on pa non sa crush ko. Ang arte arte ko talaga.
Baguio is, for me, the perfect place para mag soul searching, mag move on, mag drama, mag emo, mag inarte and everything na may kinalaman sa pagiging broken hearted.
But last Decemeber 2014 was different for me. In all fairness, hindi ako nagpunta sa Baguio na malungkot ako but instead mag enjoy and magpalamig. What I was really looking forward to our trip was the very very long drive from Manila to Baguio. Ang sarap kaya mag road trip knowing na you can charge your phone in the car if ever man malowbat ang phones or ipods namin and the good music that we had during the trip. Priceless.
Syempre, tourist mode on kami even though second time around na namin sa Baguio.
We stayed in Venus Parkview Hotel and it is where we had the most unforgettable hotel experience ever. I will not make kwento nalang about sa nangyari but it was so funny and at the same time we considered it as a blessing in disguise event for us. :)
First stop was Bencab Museum. One word. Beautiful. two words. Breath taking. Three words. I love everything.
Next stop. Of courseeee the 50’s diner. Forever favorite namin ang ambiance and food nila. Well sort of lang but its good lalo na pag gutom ka na talaga.
Last stop. Burnham Park na katapat lang ng hotel namin. Haha. We just explore the park actually. Nothing unusual. It was just the weather making everything feel so good and everybody around us was in their cozy jackets and bonets. Ahhh. #Baguiofeels
Oo nga pala. If you guys happened to watch the movie “That thing called tadhana” and remember the scene where Jm and Angelica sat on a barandilla along Burnham Park? We sat there too! hahaha. Wala lang. Parang ang cool lang to be at the same place nung sa movie.
Last but not the least before our first day in Baguio ended. Paolo, my love, was also there. But he was with his friends. We just happened to be there at the same day. HAHA. He picked me up in our hotel and we ate in the karendiria along Burnham with his friends and walked along Burnham Park after. It was 10:30 PM already. It was my first ever time na lumabas ng hotel ng ganong oras. HAHA. And I liked it.
It has always been my dream to be in Baguio with my love one and walk along Burnham Park or People’s Park or wherever in Baguio. And I always thought that it is impossible until one night, Paolo checked it out on my / our bucket list. Thank you, Paolo. It was really beautiful to end that night with you.