DiploBaby had never been go-karting before so we wanted him to try it out. Luckily it was all hours so no fear of hitting other karts.
TD getting respite from the sun under the massive tent.
At first he couldn’t do it so I had to fit my curvy self into that tiny kart and he finally go the hang of it.
He had fun. I don’t know about Yaya B. I think she was trying to push him for more speed. I’m happy he got to experience it! And learned something new!
GOING AROUND THE AREA
After it was time to retun the go-kart we walked around the area. We discovered that there was a mini-golf place and they had their fire station there too. Everything was very interesting for our little tot.
He’s a huge fan of fire trucks and begged me to take a picture with this one. It was a bit sunny that’s why he was squinting.
DiploBaby looking tired after an interesting day! He’s about to put that thumb in to take a powernap in the car.
UP NEXT: After the butterfly sanctuary, go-karting and walking around we worked up an appetite, so we had merienda (afternoon snack) at Choco-late de Batirol a Baguio institution
9JX8+6G9, Camp John Hay, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines
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