So here you are making like a wood nymph frolicking around the pine tree covered hills (the ones left =D) of Camp John Hay. You’re enjoying the cool air with family and friends and before you know it, it’s time to pack up.
With only a few hours left till your trip back to the reality of school/work, you realize you haven’t bought any pasalubong/treats from the City of Pines e.g. strawberry jam, peanut brittle, longganisa just to name a few.
No worries. The Baguio Deli is here … at the CJH Mile Hi Center to be exact. (“,)
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Growing up in Baguio, one of my fondest memories is that of the family/friends picnicking at Camp John Hay. You take your pick of the tables set up in Scout Hill (beside what used to be the tennis courts… and there are more tables set up on the ‘Scout’ hillside =D, now), usually trying to get to CJH the earliest to beat the other picnickers to the tables nearest the grill.
In the event that it rains on your picnic (which can be expected of Baguio weather *hihi) and everything gets so drenched that nothing is edible or maybe an army of ants come in and march away with everything but your trash bags, the picnic can still push through. (“,) Read More…
Let’s get real, it’s not that cool in Baguio City anymore. *sigh. The -ber months are in and I still haven’t taken my trusty comforter out from storage. With this strange extension of warmer days, a great way to cool down is to eat ice cream. (Though some say that ice cream can warm you up like soup can, it can still provide for a moment’s comfort of beating the heat. =D)
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X Marks the Spot for Good Baguio Foods is a personal blog. Everything posted in this blog is PERSONAL OPINION DERIVED FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE and since TASTE can be pretty SUBJECTIVE, should NOT be taken as THE NORM or the LAW OF DINING around in the City of Pines.
Its (prosaic =b) contents are meant to help with the question “san tayo?”/where do we go? in relation to eating out in Baguio, to ENCOURAGE EXPLORING (eatsploring) and TRYING NEW THINGS offered in the City of Pines.
By all means, eat where you want to eat and eat what you want to eat. May you have a great experience with all the places you visit and may all the restaurants you go to deserve a ton of treasure chests! (“,)
(Also, if you have any second thoughts about a certain place you arrive at, please DON'T LET THIS BLOG BE THE REASON YOU ARE FORCED into ending up anywhere. If the restaurant doesn’t have what you want, please FEEL FREE TO WALK AWAY.)
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