Sunday, June 8, 2014

TRAVELOGUE: BAGUIO CITY Day 2 (part 1)

Hello beautiful people!
I'm back again for a blog update.
As a continuation of my Baguio Travelogue, here's the 2nd day of my wonderful adventures!


Departure Time from hotel: 7 am

Do you know how hard it is to wake up early in the morning especially when the weather is cold?
I just want to lie in our bed the whole day and too lazy to get up. 
And one thing I hate about it is that the water is too cold!
But we need to push our lazy butts before the bus leaves us.

Today’s Itinerary:

La Trinidad Substation
La Trinidad Strawberry Farm
Mine View Park





But first! Let us take our selfies!





YES! WE ARE OH SO READY NOW!

First Stop: LA TRINIDAD SUBSTATION

This is just a small substation that supplies energy to the city of Baguio.
Even though it is small in land area, it has a huge amount of energy that supplies electricity to almost Baguio's area.
It is more about powers and stuff since I'm not an Electrical Engineer or Electronics and Communication Engineer, I'm not that aware of the parts and stuffs about electrics.





The engineer told us not to be close to the fence because of high-voltage of the machines.


Second Stop: CHINESE TEMPLE

Next to the substation is the Chinese Temple here in La Trinidad, Benguet.
It is open for people to visit the temple.

























I've already been here since I was a kid. I also have relatives here in Baguio so this place is so common to me.
I also experienced praying and doing some stuff that Chinese do when praying.
(You know the stick you'll light or something? I don't know what it's called. Sorry guys.)
Yeah. It is now renovated and a lot more beautiful than the first time I came here.

I really wanted to go up in some temples but the gate is close.
What do you think is up there? 

So, I hope you guys enjoy travelling with me :)
Let's continue our next adventure on my next post about my Baguio's Tour Day 2!

22 comments:

  1. Nice pictures you look pretty doll.
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  2. seems like a lot of colorful fun

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  3. It's been years since I last visited Baguio. Your photos makes me want to go there again... Soon!

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    1. Baguio is a cool place :) thank you !

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  4. I will never get tired of visiting Baguio. Your photos just make me want to spend weekend there!

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    1. Me too. Luckily, we have some relatives here in Baguio and I keep on missing being in Baguio. It is a place for a good weekend.

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  5. Continue travelling while you are still young and continue to enjoy life :-)

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  6. Hm... Meron palang Chinese temple sa Baguio? Pag narinig mo ang Baguio, hindi mo iisipin ang isang Chinese temple. Mali pala ako. Mukang maganda ngang bisitahin rin iyan.

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    1. meron po. malayo nga lang po sa city. halos nasa benguet na po siya

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  7. Wow! Have not heard of this Chinese temple too! Thank for featuring it in this post. I should visit this soon! :)

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  8. It's nice to travel with great friends. Na-miss ko tuloy ang Baguio :)

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  9. I miss baguio! Its been years since I last visited there. Such a lovely place, I'll surely visit the city again :)

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  10. nice blog! nice photo shots too! i wonder what camera did you use? :)

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  11. Nice place. Look like you were in hong kong. :) i am happy to see young girls travelling. Keep on exploring! Gab - www.taragumala.blogspot.com

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  12. Staging that Chinese Temple up there reminds me of those old Oriental-themed shows I have seen in television before. Very cultured.

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  13. I've been to Baguio and La Trinidad several times but never got a chance to visit the Chinese Temple and the substation. Will include that in our itinerary on our next trip to Baguio. :)

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  14. Never been to the Bell Church and La Trinidad. Will add it on my list pag nakapunta na ako ng Baguio.

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  15. Traveling with that number of companions make me envy. lol And Bell Church? sadly it was just been close minutes before we arrive so congrats that you've been there! lol :)

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