If I have a chunk of change in my bank account now I would pack up my things and rent a house in the City of Pines also known as the summer capital of the Philippines for a month and live a freaking good life with horse back riding in the mornings and afternoons feeling the cold breeze right through my face, pick some strawberries, tomatoes and other fresh vegetables and toss them in my salad bowl. Curl up on my couch with a cup of coffee and a good book and leave behind all the worries I have. This is what I like in Baguio City. Whenever I’m in this city, it takes me away from reality and it’s such a sweet escape.
The vast market of fresh produce and local products puts me in ecstasy and Baguio is just the right place to find this delight.