Tag Archive: Baguio City

Baguio is Home

You can never go home again, but the truth is you can never leave home, so it’s all right. — Maya Angelou Sometimes I feel there’s a love-hate kind of relationship that exists… Continue reading

Of Rain & Of Tears

“If you have tears, prepare to shed them now.” — William Shakespeare So today, I decided to post something different from my usual musings (triggered perhaps by the moody weather the past days).… Continue reading

WN Hilltop BnB (Baguio City)

I want my home to be that kind of place–a place of sustenance, a place of invitation, a place of welcome. Mary DeMuth, Live Uncaged: Find the Freedom You’ve Always Wanted An Airbnb is… Continue reading

Old Orangewood BnB (Baguio City, PH)

The magic thing about home is that it feels good to leave, and it feels even better to come back. – Wendy Wunder Baguio is, and will always be my favorite Philippine city.… Continue reading

Sweet Stop (Baguio City, PH)

I am certain that I have a sweet tooth. And I like eating individually served desserts because I find it more fun to eat. I also love spending some time writing my thoughts,… Continue reading

Vanilla Café (Baguio City, PH)

Since I left Baguio 2 years ago, more and more cafes and restaurants have sprouted in the City of Pines. Whenever I go home, I make sure to visit one of them. My previous… Continue reading

Baguio Holes-in-the-Wall (Benguet, PH)

“The secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.” -Mark Twain Holes-in-the-Wall: these are out-of-the-way, small places like cafe, bar or restaurants… Continue reading

Let’s Eat: Masa Mexitalian Grub (Baguio City)

Because of my undying love for pistachios and sundried tomatoes, I went on to try a relatively new restaurant in Baguio called MASA: Mexitalian Grub. Since it is just near our place, I… Continue reading

Let’s Eat: Lemon & Olives (Baguio City)

Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside. — Mark Twain I wasn’t a fan of Greek cuisine. But… Continue reading

Mount Kalugong (Benguet, PH)

“I like the mountains because they make me feel small,’ Jeff says. ‘They help me sort out what’s important in life.” — Mark Obmascik, Halfway to Heaven: My White-knuckled–and Knuckleheaded–Quest for the Rocky Mountain High Having… Continue reading