Thursday, May 23

In Transit

Going home to Manila, I had to wait for a few hours in Baguio. I wanted to go to the market to buy wild honey and plants but my 3 bags with 4 kilos of Sagada clay, craft materials, tea, clothes, bottles, etc., made it impossible for me to walk around. I had dinner at a Korean restaurant along Session Road.

I couldn't help but wonder what had happened to the Baguio we all experience when we were young. There was air and noise pollution, people were coming in crowds - it was so different. I wish the locals would be more careful and adamant in saying no to things which aren't good for their city (i.e. B I G shopping malls).

On a lighter note, there are still certain places that remind me why Baguio is worth the 6-hour bus trip of unforgiving aircon and old nonsensical action movies. If it weren't for budget concerns, I'd be there every weekend.

1. Oh My Gulay

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My Guardian Dear by Tioan Medrano

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Samaritana Tamborin by Jandy Carvajal

2. Mt. Cloud

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3. Choco-Late de Batirol

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PS I haven't blogged about the recent Craft Camp because seriously, I'm clueless as to where to begin. It was a really cool weekend especially with all those new craft projects we did! :)

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