View from the balcony of our home stay
with my sister Rhea who happens to be a member of MWS too! :)
In front of the house where we stayed. Picture taking before leaving :)
First stop: Baguio Cathedral.
Located at Cathedral Loop, adjacent to Session Road. It is distinct for its rose-colored exterior, twin spires and traditional stained glass windows make it famous and is one of the most photographed iconic buildings in Baguio City. It served as an evacuation center during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines during World War II.
If you've been in Baguio, I'm sure you already knew where exactly in Baguio I was! :) Yes! That was at the Mines View Park where you'll be welcomed by this famous and so adorable St.Bernard named Douglas :)
and one of the funny and awesome things that Mines View Park will offer you is they will let you experience to wear their native clothing "the Igorot costume"
Behind me are the different native products of Baguio. All of them are made of rattan, woven furniture and sculptured wooden materials, hand-made by their natives. You can buy them at their cheapest price.
Baguio is known by its beautiful fresh flowers and sculptured wooden products.
The famous Mines View overlooking
At the Mansion House
It is the official summer residence of the president of the Philippines.
You can read The Mansion's history here
Goofing around the Mansion :)
with Rhea, Ben and kuya Joven
Camp John Hay
Mom loves the cute flowers :)
Breath taking view inside PMA
with sister cousins Melanie and Ray with mom :)