What better way to celebrate summer than to capture those moments with your children?
I lived in a suitcase for exactly a week. Forgetting about the date with Mr. H in Baguio, I traveled to Batangas with Chef Sandy Daza and the team for the last of the FoodPrints shoot for Season 1. Yehey, congrats to me for completing the self-imposed challenge! (The stories come next.) Soon after I arrived and forty winks, the hubby reminded the date with his high school friends and the wifeys. A very long week! Not complaining whatsoever. We had loads of fun regardless of an unforeseen glitch.
Eating like a horse for a straight one week is over the top. If you’ll notice, I gained a muffin top.
Big thanks go to dear friends.
The Bell Church Buddhist temple in La Trinidad, Benguet.
Baguio is not complete without visiting Cafe by the Ruins.
Basil bread bursting with freshness. Below is Thai beef salad designed to be paired with some tangy curry dressing.
The best and only kesong puti salad, mizzled with upland dressing, in town!
Discovered a new fave at Cafe by the Ruins! A touch of France with duck confit, leg fantastically cooked in its own lard! Super, I’m still imagining the tasty sweetness!
Read: Paul McCartney bought a BenCab for P70 in the ’60s.
The La Trinidad Baguio vegetables bagsakan daily grind.
Finally found time to check out Liana Garcia Joyce‘s Lomo photos at the PNKY Cafe.
Chanced upon my best friend and her Nina with the same Punchdrunk Panda Seashore Sun Daze camera strap for her Canon. They were about to leave The Forest Lodge when we arrived.
Morning walk to Choco-late de Batirol near the Camp John Hay exit, or is it the entrance? I got an iced chocolate drink laced with almond essence to wake me up.
The boys’ breakfast.
Peeping into a bag of Brothers Burger. Between a burger and onion rings, I’d choose the latter. With cilantro cream and blue cheese please!
The way to cool.
The fruit of passion.
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