It's always been famous for anyone who goes to Baguio to go, not in some known places, but to the market-- yeah...veggies and ukay-ukay.
So just right after that sumptous lunch at the other side of Baguio, we cross the street and found ourselves busy checking the market.
According to Dennis, there are ukay-ukay's that are expensive. After all, we're in Baguio, we have to look for some cheap but quality stuffs there. I've seen many people wearing furry jackets and I wanna buy one.
From the restaurant/carinderia haven that we had lunch on, we passed the busy street of Baguio and found ourselves walking in an airconditioned street of ukay-ukay.
and yes!! sabi ni Dennis, mas maraming pang cheaper pa jan!
dennis!! pang babae yan 'pre
si eggie, matinding tumawad!!!
We went inside the market and to my surprise, it isn't the same market na puro chicken, gulay and the likes ang tinda. We found almost everything inside it.
Just at the souvenir area, I almost have my sack full. Dami ko na nabili, when Dennis informed us that we will buy some tamtaco's and ube jam and strawberrys and... arrgh! can't wait!
choose ur pasalubong
They all bought vegetables but since I don't eat any veggies, I just managed to fill my sack with these ^^.
And we walked towards the van na medyo malayong malayo pa, so there were kids who offered their help just for 20 pesos to carry all our sacks. Parang lugi, but then again, you won't imagine those lil fellows can carry a 10 kilo-sack each on their hands.
I was soo tired then but they are still planning to go to the Grotto. I told 'em I couldn't do it, so they can leave me at the van. Jumpy joined me then. (read ______)
a view from the top
parang nakarating sa summit :)
Ma. Regina :)
pababa, masarap magtaho
Of course Baguio isn't complete if we don't share horror stories. LOL. Wala kaming experience on horror stories at the place that we stayed but we just saw this famous house along the street. I guess everyone who have been gone to Baguio is familiar with this white house.