Jan 30, 2013

1.21.2013 Baguio Day 2

Baguio Day 2

We woke up late at around 9am. Our plan is to go to the Garden of The Manor so Tami can play after having breakfast. The Manor hotel has mini kiddie park where kids can play around. Sa hotel pa lang hindi ka na mabo-bore..

Elevator view...

Even if the sun is really hot, hindi mo ramdam because of the cool wind..

Good Morning Baguio!

Photo near the fountain area..

After having breakfast, we stayed in the kiddie park for Tami.

It has this play area na kahit gabi may kids pa rin na naglalaro..

After playing, we roam around The Manor Hotel and found this Little Camp John Hay which is accessible only to those who checked-in at the hotel. This can be found at the premises of the manor.

We also went out the hotel and explore Camp John Hay. 

We walked until we reached the Filling Station. It is another place in Camp John Hay where you can stay with your friends, eating, inuman or just lounging in the area just like the Mile Hi Center...

Across the filling station, there are some activities that you can do like Rapelling, Paint Ball activity and there's also the Butterfly Sanctuary which you can visit for fun or kung walang magawa.. hehe

After the filling station, we walked again and reached Ayala Technohub which can be found near the gate of Camp John Hay. Ayala technohub offers restaurants, some shopping outlets, and call center like Convergys. We stayed there until lunch. Hubby bought coffee in Starbucks and we decided to have our lunch there (brunch na actually saken kasi fruits and coffee lang naman ako nung breakfast).

We had brunch in Pancake House in Ayala Technohub..

We went back again walking, hindi namin ramdam ang init because of the cold weather, kahit tanghali na naninigas pa rin mga daliri namin sa lamig... before going back to hotel we drop by in Camp John Hay Commissary. Its duty free inside Camp John Hay selling grocery and some branded items... price is in dollar but don't worry you'll pay it in peso because the conversion from $ to Peso is posted around the store.

We bought chichiria, Heineken Beer for our saturday night session, some chocolates for me and Tami..

This is the Mile Hi Center... mahaba sya actually (kalahati lang ang nakunan ko)

We went back to hotel to watch tv and rest...

Hubby eating Cheetos while watching NBA.. Tami and i took a nap...

When i woke up around 2pm, hubby requested a hot coffee and we decided to go to SM Baguio to withdraw money, shop a little, go to Burnham Park and go to public market.

Coffee for hubby and tea for me... Painit muna before taking a bath..

Me while waiting for tami and Badz..

Sa sobrang lamig parang namamaga ang muka ko... hehe... Partida wala pang aircon ang hotel nyan ha pero sobrang lamig pa rin...

Burnham park is not available now, they're renovating the place and mukang matagal pa ulit bago maayos.. We let tami ride the bicycle na lang while we are having dry back massage... Sulit naman pala ang paghihintay namin kay tami... na-enjoy namin ang massage habang si tami paikot-ikot lang, we instructed her kung saan lang syang area magba-bike, mahirap ng mawala sa paningin namin...

Taken at Burnham Park..

After going to Burnham Park, we went to public market and bought some goodies... We bought our fave Ube Jam, Romana Peanut Brittle, Tartland Biscuits, Brocolli veggies and my mother-in-law's request, the walis... hehe

Back again at Camp John Hay... we rest again then went out again for dinner in Mile Hi center...

Dinner in Brother's Burger in Mile Hile in Center..

As you can see, we have Mozzarella Cheesesticks in the middle, Tami requested that kasi nasarapan sya nung inorder namin yun sa Carlos Pizza last time so aside from burger, bumili pa ko nyan... syempre burgers in BB is huge kaya hindi rin masyadong naubos... Tinake-home na lang namin sa hotel...

Hubby and I had drinking session that night, it was fun... na-miss ko yung ganun na kaming dalawa lang ang nainom tapos kwentuhan, bolahan at tawanan.. mga ganun.. buti na lang dalawa ang kama sa kwarto namin :)

Up Next: Baguio Day 3

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