Sunday, January 31, 2016

Wil Magsino by Wei Ramos

KAFFEEKLATSCH. Coffee and chat

To end the evening, we went to Kaffeeklatsch to have some refreshment and some catching-up. The previous hours were not sufficient for the years that has passed. Like your typical Baguio cafes, they offer frappes, hot drinks and some snacks. What made the place special and unforgettable was the musicians playing their sets while you enjoy your company. The performers are so good, you will not feel any urge volunteer to jam with them. As a matter of fact, Ingrid Payaket of Pilipinas Got Talent Season 1 used to perform here and I got the chance to watch here sing in this very shop when I was still in college. I just love musicals that is why listening to Ingrid was heaven. If only I could sing like her. LOL.

Kaffeklatsch was home and its abode was the proof of a warm, cozy Baguio. 

Thursday, January 28, 2016

LA PARILLA BAGUIO. Food that feels like home.

After a long tiring but enjoying day, as our plans permitted it, we had our dinner on something new. Ate Faith brought us to La Parilla Baguio. 

Monday, January 25, 2016

G O | S E E My New Favorite

Till now, I was not yet able to replace my camera which I was using for my style posts. If you could notice it, most of the shots were from my good friends who have been so supporting with my endeavors and cause. Hahaha. So, when I had my travel back in Baguio, I tried to have at least one ensemble be shot such as this.

Friday, January 22, 2016

TAM-AWAN Village: Garden in the Sky

Baguio has always been a melting pot of so much discipline that one could ever think of. Culture, education, music, food and the arts. That is why places like Tam-awan Village is a no surprise to the locals but still amazing and amusing for people like me who is from the Central Luzon because it showcases so much of the Cordilleran art. 

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Ili-likha Artist Village by Day

Hey you all! I just want to share my travel photos back in Baguio. Everything was because a friend came back from Canada, Aika, whom treated us so generously. Also, I missed everyone from college specifically the people around my first-year days. I am very glad that we are all advancing with our career paths, some took further studies, some starting their business, some starting a family and a wedding this year. What makes me proud with these people also was that it all happened because of a plan, not because they just let it slipped. I must say I had a blast!