Hey there everyone, I’ve mentioned about our trip to Bagiuo City last December,well I just finish the 1st set of photos that I’m going to share – geeez after almost 4 mos 😀
And in case you’re wondering who or what JIMZ is, that’s actually us 😀 , J is for Joyce, I for Issa ( I prefer calling her Marisa or Gov ), M for Mimi (pot) and Z for Zandra.
~ our room, since we only need this for sleeping purposes we thought of not getting a room in a hotel…this is actually a room being used by college students but since they were on holiday leave this room was available for “short time travelers” like us.
: Dinner , Grilled Hito (catfish), Fried Chicken, Inihaw na Liempo and Sinigang na Baboy.
~ After our sumptuous meal we thought of going to the bazaar, the entire road was closed filled with vendors selling various stuff, if I remember it right the bazaar starts from 9 PM to 2AM. Mimi and Zee did a photo op wearing those cute hats while we’re in the middle of the bazaar…but they bought something else 😀
~ Sunday Morning at Bagiuo City, we woke up a little early so we can visit as many tourist spots as we can, our room’s at the most top so this is actually our view – houses, roofs…
~ watching Gossip Girl while waiting for Z, who really took her time prettifying herself 😀
Our 1st stop : a walk at Burnham Park, I fell in love with those trees, I think they’re really beautiful.
~ Henna Dutdut (Tattoo), that’s the closest thing that I can get. I really wanted to have a real tattoo, but my skin is too sensitive, a tiny scratch will look pretty horrible in a few seconds… what more if I get a tattoo.
~ waaaah! It tickles 😀
~ You think it’s their first time to watch a girl getting a henna tattoo? They seem pretty amazed…
~ fairy god mother, always wanted to have one. It was just a dream/fantasy that I had ever since I was a kid.
~ another henna tattoo, on my ring finger – wish it was real 😦
~ Henna Tattoo artists. What’s amazing is that they’re both students and they will use the money for school expenses 🙂
~ while walking, looking for a nice place to have breakfast.
~ while Mimi and Gov went to use the loo, me and Z saw this, amazing wood carving.
~ another wood carvings, those were the igorots,native inhabitants of Baguio City.
~ Mimi felt like it was her house because of those extraordinary small stairs.
~ showing off her hennas.
I guess we can call it a friendship henna tattoo 🙂
Photo Op 😀
Beethoven! You guys remember that movie? St.Bernards are soooo big! I love touching and hugging this very huge but cute creature, I wish I could play with him for a little longer.
Horsey Ride – yeah, giddyup!giddyup!
holding hands while walking, she is like my little sister 🙂
at The Mines View Park, with my younger sister (Mimi) and my older sister (Marisa).
my GFs/BFFs/Sisters : Zee, Mimi and Marisa.
Pasalubong 😀 These are the first few items I bought. (1) Floral Fan for my mom, (2) Bonnet for my sweet Jo, (3) Strawberry Jam,(4) hand crocheted coin purse (a)round black & yellow was my gift to JP (my sister’s bf), (b) strawberry was my gift to my sister, (c) white & yellow was my gift to my Aunt, (5) colorful long socks for me (6) black socks for my sweet Jo and (7) Disney travelling bag for all my stuff 😀
stairs – the 2nd flight of stairs on the transient house we stayed in.There were about 4 stairs 😀
Snack Time @ SM Baguio City // my favorite potato chips twisted powdered with cheese – yum!
The mall was full of people, food court is jam packed! So we decided to just sit on the floor and enjoy our snacks.
A must go to place : Baguio Cathedral. From what I know this has been built for a very long time ago, the interior design can take you to back to history 🙂
We also visited the Pink Sisters Cathedral which is also a very solemn/nice place, then we thought of going to the famous Haunted White House since it was just around the corner, but I saw this. Thought of taking a picture since I was enjoying this journey with my friends.
This is it for now, but there’s more 🙂 I promise, ha ha.
But thanks for dropping by, got to sleep now, xOxO