While the rest are busy with their phones, Chumz, the researcher of the group, googled the transpo and the possible transient house to stay while Jo-An assisted her with the budgeting. Hans and Ana, the smug-married couples are busy playing (online) poker and googling more possible transient houses. Me, on the other hand is checking out stuff to do in Baguio. Majoy, who’s not joining us for the trip brought a box of caramel bars from Max’s Corner Bakery, and we ended up eating the entire thing while debating whether we stay in Baguio first then go to Manila proper or vice-versa.
Pre-trip plans at Starbucks
I love to travel and I spent a notable number of times traveling in 2009 to 2010 because of training and company incentives. And for the year 2011, I roamed both ends of Cebu and quick side trips to Bohol, thanks to my job in the resort.
This year, my friends and I are planning to go to Baguio. For dinner parties and out-of-town trips, we usually have barkada meetings at Starbucks where we can sip our favorite cup of coffee and hog the couch for as long as we like.
So basically, here’s what we’ve planned so far:
Thanks to Cebu Pacific and their Piso Fares, we are able to book affordable flights for our barkada outing on February. Baguio, here we come! #itsmorefuninthephilippines