The family went up to Baguio the weekend after everyone’s long weekend kasi non-conformist kunyari kami.
The weather was not so fine in the City Of Pines during our stay there so we spent most of our time inside the hotel, taking photos of ourselves.
I believe that we all believe that we have the cutest sibling / kid / niece / nephew / little person in the world so say hello to my siblings, Luiza and David.
Luiza and David with our mom and our other sibling, Brian.
No visit to Baguio would be complete without a pilgrimage to Good Shepherd.
We also checked out Tree Top Adventure which is conveniently located inside Camp John Hay.
Brian, Luiza, and I went for the Canopy Ride since they don’t have that ride in Tree Top Adventure Subic when we last went there. David, like my mom, is scared of heights so no rides for him.
Thoughts on Tree Top Adventure Baguio’s Canopy Ride (w/ photos):
1. I thought it was going to be one long awesome ride overlooking the pine trees of Baguio. I was disappointed when I found out that there are four stations and that for each station we had to get out of our seats, move to the other side of the station, and get on another seat to get to the next station. The experience would’ve been more satisfying if it was just one long ride.
2. Some of the trees are too close, I would’ve preferred if they were at least an arm’s length away so as to prevent any untoward incidents. Safety first!
3. They’ll give you two options before starting the ride, you can either ride on Station1 and walk back from Station 4 or walk to Station 4 and ride back to Station 1. We chose the former and the photo above was taken on our walk back. The path was slippery and generally not kid-friendly.
Last photo is of a vendor on a boat in Burnham Park, I don’t know why I’ve never noticed him before! Siya na ang may marketing strategy!