After we checked out of our hotel we planned to go Strawberry Picking in Benguet. The truth is it was very difficult looking for the valley farmland where they planted strawberries & vegetables. . . .
This for me is the best discovery in Baguio. The interiors are so beautiful & the food is just so delicious. I love Greek food. Lemon & Olives is Baguio's first authentic Greek restaurant. . . .
After going to the Butterfly Sanctuary, Go-Karting then walking around, we worked up an appetite. Decided to go to Choco-late de Batirol, an institution here in Baguio. The best part is it's still . . .
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. . . .
Another convenient thing to do with toddlers near our hotel is the butterfly sanctuary which is still inside Camp John Hay. It's nothing fancy and it's small and simple, but we had fun because it was . . .
Nothing beats the ambiance of The Manor at Camp John Hay. They may not have airconditioned rooms - because they didn't need it back in the day & coz climate change is real y'all - but the ambiance . . .
There are other places to go horseback riding in Baguio, but we picked Kabadjo Handlers Association because it's near by - a short drive from The Manor. We always try to go for the simplest option to . . .
On this post we will talk about the ROOMS, LANDSCAPED GROUNDS & PLAYGROUND of The Manor at Camp John Hay. Initially we had a room on the 2nd floor with 2 queen beds which was perfect for 3 . . .