It was a fine weather when we arrived in Baguio. A shiver of excitement ran in my system as soon as I stepped down the bus. It's been 11 years since the last time I laid my eyes on Baguio. How I wish as I step down the stairs of the bus, I could stretch out my arms and say, "Hello, Baguio" in a voice like that of Toni Gonzaga. Hahaha.
It was 7:45 in the morning when we finally went into our destination- the Baguio Cathedral. Originally, our plan was to visit Baguio on Saturday but because of my sister's decision to extend our stay in La Union for Monday, our trip to Baguio was moved to Sunday. Being the religious people that we are, we attended the 8-9 English mass in the Cathedral. The Church was jampacked with a mix of local people and tourists. Since it was really crowded, we remained standing the whole duration of the mass. I love the Baguio weather since I didn't feel warm while surrounded by lots of people and luckily, I didn't perspire.
It's really amazing to feel like a tourist. hahahaha
Have all the best of love. Break free.- Joreina