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by Enzo Tacadao

I studied in Baguio City for more than three years. I rarely come back to the highlands after graduation. It was a long weekend and had to attend to some errands in Baguio so I tagged Rose with me. We visited our family’s lot in Summerfields Subdivision to take some photos and video as we are selling it. The view from the subdivision is splendid to say the least. I can easily imagine building a home atop that hill and sip some coffee while looking at the La Trinidad valley. We also visited some new food hubs around the city: Kai Cafe, Backyard, and Hook’d Up. It  was a long weekend well-spent.

Surveying the lot.

La Trinidad valley view from the lot.

La Trinidad valley view from the lot.

Generous helping from Kai Cafe. Tuna/Cheese panini + Spicy sisig + Grilled liempo

Generous helping from Kai Cafe. Tuna/Cheese panini + Spicy sisig + Grilled liempo

Dinner at Barnyard.

Dinner at Backyard.

Our newest favorite in Baguio -- Hook'd Up in Lower Gen. Luna (so close to my Alma Mater).

Our newest favorite in Baguio — Hook’d Up in Lower Gen. Luna (so close to my Alma Mater).

Unlimited shisha for P150 at Hook'd Up. Good deal.

Unlimited shisha for P150 at Hook’d Up. Good deal.

Food trip glossary:
Kai Cafe – Km. 4, La Trinidad
Barnyard – 92 Upper General Luna Rd., Baguio
Hook’d Up – North Hills Commercial Bldg. Lower General Luna Rd., Baguio

Special thanks to Find Good Baguio Foods for being so handy in our quest for new restaurants in Baguio. It’s only been three years since my graduation but there are already many new food hubs in the City! It’s becoming the Maginhawa Street of the North, no doubt about it. And that’s great.

We are selling our Baguio lot!
If you are looking for a cheap Baguio lot, you may want consider our titled 90-sqm lot in Summerfields Subdivision. We are selling it a much lower price than its current market value (you can save up to Php 100,000). Picturesque view from the lot. More information here: Cheap Baguio Lot for Sale. 🙂

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