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Put Baguio’s Signature Fruit and Zenz Restaurant Together; What Do You Get?

Baguio/La Trinidad is a cornucopia of fresh produce.  If you think in terms of Baguio/La Trinidad fruits; the red, seed-studded succulent things known as strawberries come to mind.  More than strawberry jam, more than strawberry taho and more than what you and your loved ones can happily fill your baskets with at the Strawberry Farm, you’ve got one more way of consuming Baguio’s signature fruit.  Ready to read about it? =)

Veteran Pine before and after carving

The Veteran Pine gets a makeover! =D

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Route 55: Good Food Bringing a Dead Zone to Life

Legarda Road is a long road starting off at the Heritage Mansion and ending at the intersection of Marcos Highway/Ben Palispis Highway.  When there are lots of shops, hotels, restaurants and other kinds of businesses in the first part of the road; the latter part is mainly a dead zone of sorts.  Just to prove my point, a huge building that has never been finished stands in the vicinity as a marker.  Passing by that section of Legarda at night, it even seems as though the street lights are dimmer and the air colder. *whoooo =b

Route 55 sign

Route 55. Admit it, it’s beckoning to you. =D

With the opening of more businesses in the dead zone, this area of Legarda Road is slowly being brought to life.  Read More…

Fancy Feasts at Mario’s Restaurant (C’mon, Live A Little)

Where would I be without my P3 posse, Beth and Karla?  Beth gladly answered that question with ‘you’d be eating at Greenwich every time you eat out and you’d be eating alone’. =)) Don’t get me/us wrong, the food from Greenwich is delish (think on their chicken, pasta, and pearl coolers) but why eat in one place when there are so many establishments that offer fabulous eats in Baguio City (as we have seen for the past two months.  Wee, December, have a great month, everyone!  (“,)).

Mario's Restaurant scene

Mario’s Restaurant scene

If you’re wondering about what the P3 relationship is like; let me put it this way Read More…

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