5 comments on “You want to go to Baguio City anytime soon?

    • That is what I have anticipated. Just imagine the finals of Century Tuna Superbods 2020 and you have some sort of a finals preview.

      • @ Norman THERE it is, po. The “ube-macapuno” color combo you like. 🙂

        In the KENO UV disinfection robot demo video, those purple Phalaenopsis orchids against white walls at the Atrium (?) of Baguio Convention Center (?). The fern pot base adds a LOVELY green WARMTH, and brings the fresh-piney outdoors indoors.

        Yes. Strolling Burnham Park is wonderful as you get the lively-yet-placid spirit of both residents and visitors simply enjoying their spare time and company. However, the swan-shaped boats are tacky.

        If I am not mistaken, the Benguet Pine Tourist Inn (in the CNN Philippines video) is right across the street from the park. That district is convenient to stay at as it is also within a short walk of City Hall, the Public Market, and numerous dining options (of all budget ranges).

        GUYS, LEST WE FORGET, KUMUSTA NA SI MIG, MUP-Sorsogon?

      • @ Norman Blogger Sir, I recommend for your idle time viewing pleasure the YouTube channel, The ASEAN Section.

        There is a recent episode entitled, “Da Lat vs. Baguio – Coldest Cities in Vietnam and Philippines”.

        An earlier one was “Bandung vs. Cagayan de Oro”. Obviously, Indonesia versus Philippines.

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