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Day 1: Road Trip to Baguio

Travel to Baguio City

Day 1 of our anniversary celebration was spent on the road going to Baguio City. +Jomar Tigcal and I met up with Mama +Chelle Gray+Jerome Locson, and +Reymart Canuel in McDonald's near Greenbelt 1 to wait for Ms. +Aileen Apolo and +Maricar Dabao with the van.

Hot Chocolate from McCafe

We left Makati at around 8:30 AM. We had lunch in Max's Restaurat at SM City Rosales in Pangasinan and met with Allan Medrano there. By 3:30 PM we found ourselves in the beautiful city of Baguio. We went straight to +Azalea Baguio and rested a bit.


Burnham Park

We were informed that there are dancing fountains in Burnham Park which was cool so we went there first before heading for dinner.


O Mai Khan

For dinner, we went to O Mai Khan. We occupied a long table and on our end was +Jomar Tigcal+Reymart Canuel+JR Padilla, and +Allan Paulo Medrano. We were discussing about our events as well as the different apps and technologies (geeky talk). They all had a piece of the Mongolian buffet while Jomar and I ordered something else. 


PNKY Cafe

After dinner, we walked (yes, walked) to PNKY Cafe for desserts. Ube crepe is really good.

Chocolate Fondue and Ube Crepe

We all went back to the hotel tired. I still need to prepare some content to my presentation the following day.

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