CALAGUAS โ— May 2015

This is a Photo-Blog entry ๐Ÿ™‚ We don’t really needย words to describe this Paradise, pictures say it all.โค ๐Ÿ™‚ I should come back here with my husband, but inย a more comfortable accommodation. ๐Ÿ™‚ If you want to disconnect yourself from the buzzling city, this is the place to be! Literally! No cellular cignal, unless you hike up the hills. ๐Ÿ™‚ Calaguas Island is a 2-hr … Continue reading CALAGUAS โ— May 2015

Banaue-Sagada-Baguio Trip โ— May 2015

Yes, this is my 2nd trip toย Banaue-Sagada-Baguio this year – last May, and I still can’t get enough!โค I invited my friends to join me and my husband to our favorite place in Luzon!โค It is the shortest trip I had in Sagada. We usually stay for 4-5 days, but all of them has to work during weekdays, so we took advantage of the Labor … Continue reading Banaue-Sagada-Baguio Trip โ— May 2015

Sagada Brew

Sagada Brew – the new boy in town!โค Thank goodness for this cafe! Your laid back afternoons are trully laid back here! Just order some coffee or tea and some sandwiches, and let the cool climate of Sagada comfort you! Some of the items in the menu are not available every single day so make sure to ask which ones are available. ๐Ÿ™‚ I LOVE … Continue reading Sagada Brew

Sagada Lemon Pie House

When we first went here in 2011, there is this rustic wooden house with a converted cafe on the first floor with very inviting ambiance. My husband and I were the only people or should I say “Tourists” that time so we really enjoyed the “real” Sagada. I ordered the Mountain Tea……… and BAAAAM! That was one of the reasons I keep going back here.โค … Continue reading Sagada Lemon Pie House

Yoghurt House – Sagada

Yoghurt House is without a doubt one of the most iconic restaurants in Sagada. When we first went to Sagada in 2011, this is number 1 on my Must-Try list!โค and now, 4 years later, the food is still the same quality. Good job for the consistency! ๐Ÿ™‚ We stay 4 or 5 days everytime we’re in Sagada, we eat once or twice a day … Continue reading Yoghurt House – Sagada

Salt and Pepper Inn – Sagada

It is our nth time going here –ย our “Secret Paradise” other people call Sagada.โค The last time we were in Sagada, we stayed at the Rock Inn. It is in the outskirts of the city, so when we went back earlier this year I decided to check out the newer Inns at the city center, so we gave Salt and Pepper Inn a try. Salt … Continue reading Salt and Pepper Inn – Sagada

Guest Haven Baguio – Home Away from Home! โค

*Warning! This is a photo-blog entry!* Whenever we go to Baguio, the first thing we really think about is a place to stay, relax, and be our “Home” away from home. So I took it personally to find that “home” we are looking for. I looked through some new Inns and Bed and Breakfasts in TripAdvisor and I saw this beautiful new Bed and Breakfast … Continue reading Guest Haven Baguio – Home Away from Home! โค

Part 2 โค Baguio Trip โค FEB 2015

The second part of our 1-week vacation is in Baguio. People might say “Baguio lang?“, but you know, there are so many hidden gems in Baguio! It’s actually nowย a Foodie paradise! In short, our paradise! ๐Ÿ˜€ We actually planned our honeymoon around food. Hahahahaha ๐Ÿ˜€ โค I saw this pretty little Bed and Breakfast onย Tripadvisorย called Guest Haven Baguioย and fell in love with the wood furnishings, … Continue reading Part 2 โค Baguio Trip โค FEB 2015

Part 1 โค Banaue – Sagada Trip โค FEB 2015

This is the first part of our 1-week vacation right after our wedding. ๐Ÿ™‚ On the night of our wedding, we departed for Banaue. Ohayami Trans has Manila to Banaue, and Banaue to Manila Trips. I bought the ticket 1 week before the trip for seat assurance, because they sell out fast! They are located along Lacson Avenue, corner Fajardo Street (the street after where … Continue reading Part 1 โค Banaue – Sagada Trip โค FEB 2015