Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Baguio 2016: Day 3

Early the next day, we went up to Baguio’s public market.  Baguio is popular for its fresh and cheap veggies.  We bought some vegetables and decided to check out our hotel. 

After checking out of our hotel, we went to the Strawberry Farm at La Trinidad, Benguet.  The land where the Strawberry Farm is located is owned by Benguet State University and is being leased to the farmers of strawberries.

We had fun touring the place, but we didn’t avail of the strawberry picking.  Rates are at Php450 per small basket.  I’m not sure if the small basket weighs a kilo, but I assume it’s not.   So we just did some picture taking around the area and bought some strawberries at the pasalubong area.

Strawberries for sale.

They also sell vegetables at the Strawberry Farm.  You may find some veggies are sold cheaper here than the public market. 

Super yummy strawberry ice cream.

After that, we traveled back to Cavite.  We left La Trinidad, Benguet around 12pm and arrived at Cavite by 8PM.  It’s not the normal travel time because we had a lot of stopovers.  And we traveled using Marcos Highway and not Kennon Road both going to and from Baguio. 

This was our first travel for the year and one memorable journey.  Now, I’m hoping for more travel and more fun this year. J

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