We’ve all been to Baguio before. It is not about setting our foot in the famous tourist spots in Baguio. We just want to bond. Chos! It is accessible and you don't have to plan a lot to go around. We got by hailing taxi cabs. No need to buy plane tickets or to rent a van. We planned to just around, EAT, and just take pics of whatever.
After just five hours of bus travel, we landed in Victory Liner’s terminal in Baguio city. We walked with our backpacks going to Hotel Veniz. Dropped off our luggage and then walked to Good Taste to replenish our intestines for the day.
Day 1 Breakfast – Good Taste
We just asked directions going to Good Taste. I’ve actually been to Good Taste during my Mount Pulag trip but I didn’t know it was a “place to eat”.
Don’t let the exteriors fool you. The venue may be blah but the food is rockin in flavour, servings and amount.
We ordered the chicken wings, beef and broccoli and chao fan. The chao fan is supposed to be good for three...three extremely hungry people. The servings were more than what we expected. The broccoli is just colourful. Cooked just right. (The vegetables in Baguio are more colorful and happier looking). The whole spread just costs Php 500. We shelled out Php 125 each.
Good Taste is just beside the jeepney terminal. We jumped in a jeepney bound for La Trinidad to check out the Strawberry farm. It was quite muddy then so we didn't go berry picking.
Strawberries: Php 300/kilo and Php 75 for a tumpok. Be warned though that the big strawberries are placed on top, and those at the bottom doesn’t look as appetizing.
Day 1 Lunch – Oh My Gulay
This spars two floors of a building in session road. There’s this sign in the ground floor.
But you have to climb these stairs. You'll be so hungry when you finally get there.