I was serious in praying that the sun would visit the next day but I didn’t hope much. Not wanting to ruin my mood otherwise. I woke up early…pretty excited because it’s my 26th birthday. 🙂 When I went out of the room, greetings were thrown. I was in a light and festive mood. Took a bath right away and put on my new “ukay-ukay” pink dress. Haha! I like it so much I wore it fresh (without washing). 😛 Charry was alarmed when I told her about it.
Charina then help me prepare our breakfast. We had the usual favorites noodles, pancit canton, bread and hot choco. When the foods were served, seeing noodles and pancit cantons, I remember my mom saying I should eat pancit on my birthday for long life. I smiled. With this much, I could live till a hundred.
Then I remembered how lousy my previous celebration was…not being able to do the customary cake blowing. I left the cake on the lodge. I was prepared to miss it again not knowing I was in for a little surprise.
Finally, I was able to blow a candle!
|And of course..the mandatory family pic! 🙂|
I didn’t want to left the apartment in disarray, with some help, I was able to put the things we used as they were. When everyone was ready, our tour started. And God granted my prayer…sunny Baguio. Weeeee!
Day 2 My 26th Birthday
|My favorite pic!|
We were told that shoes is mandatory inside the camp so we just sate ourselves of a photo shoot in front of the gate. Another reason to be back in Baguio! 🙂
(6) Camp John Hay
Fearing that the rain would scare the sun again, we had to follow a strict time schedule. Here we were given 26 minutes. And as usual, we were delayed. 😛
|Camp John Hay had some adventures.
Ziplining and some others.
Without time and budget, we humor ourselves with photo shoots.
|And we stick to the one scenery, one SURVIVOR picture rule!|
|And it was all worth it!|
(7) The Mansion
|I was thinking we could actually went inside the house.
Sorry folks..it was off-limits.
I wonder what’s inside.
|And we had our very first jump shoot!
|Ohhh…Law..what are you doing?
And Migo is all hairs.
(8) Wright Park
Just the entrance. 😦 Not so good memory so I think I’ll just keep it to myself. Huhuhu! We miss the horse riding pics. A third reason to be back in Baguio. I wonder if you remember the first and second. Hmmm!
(9) Bell Church
This place is awesome…a little like our Taoist temple here. I’m thinking it’s nice to have my pre-nup here. Hmmm…
|Kuya Ernie took the picture!|
|The power of TIMER!|
|A little drama!|
|To ASI with Love!
Who would forget the place where we all met?
(10) Strawberry Farm
Yeah! I know there’s no strawberry. 😦 It’s off season and stormy. A 4th reason to be back in Baguio. They say peak season is on December to February. Well, Christmas or Valentines in Baguio. Which is better?!
|And of course, with a heavy heart, we pose for our mandatory family pic!|
(11) Lourdes Grotto
From the planax commercial, I really thought the stairs is super duper high. Haha! Or maybe, I’m just getting used to stressful climbs. 😛 And aside from the stairs…what happened after the climb was super sweet. ♥ Maybe a 5th reason to be back? I wonder if you can relate to me…didn’t you see that commercial?!
|It was timely.
Light a candle for my birthday.
(12) Burnham Park
This really makes my day. I wish there is a park like this here in Cebu. I enjoyed even if I don’t know how to bike. Ahahaha!
We were not able to do the boating.
Definitely a 6th reason to be back!
|My 2nd favorite pic!|
|And of course…
Migo makes his move. 🙂
And ohhhhh! This is it. The ending post of my birthday trip posts. And it’s time for your quiz!!! 😉
1. Enumerate the 6 reasons why I should go back to Baguio?
2. From where is my favorite picture taken?
3. How about my 2nd favorite?
4. How is my birthday celebration different from last year?
5. What was my birthday surprise?