|Getting ready before we hit the streets|
|With the Ifugao ladies at Mines View Park|
|The famous dog|
It was a weekend and the park was bustling with tourists. Small shops (selling bonsai, jams, knitted wraps and jackets) were everywhere. There are a couple of huge St. Bernards that costs Php 50 for 5 photo shots (which I think is against the animal rights), horses with pink hair and Ifugao women who got costumes for rent (which costs around Php 10 per person) for unlimited Facebook-worthy photos.
|At Good Shepherd Convent|
|Welcome to Happy Tummy|
|Passing Wright Park|
|Intimidating gates of the Mansion|
|The president's vacation house|
|Manila has tall buildings, Baguio City has tall trees|
|The famous military school|
|Planes, choppers, cannons and other war stuff at the PMA grounds|
|Disturbing the studious PMA students|
|They all look the same!|
We also visited their museum and found my PMA graduate cousin's class photo.
Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral (a.k.a Baguio Cathedral). So we managed to find ourselves a jeepney ride all the way back to Lower Session Road. We freshen up at the inn and head straight to the Upper Session Road for the anticipated mass. And this is the first time I heard Our Father sung in a different dialect (aside from Cebuano and Tagalog).
|At Baguio Cathedral after mass|
Photos by Chumz, Ana, Jo-an and yours truly