How to Spend Christmas in Baguio 2012


Vince is a happy resident of Baguio City. Having been born and raised in the City of Pines, he find value in helping others. In his own way he is helping others by informing them about what's new in the City of Baguio. He firmly believes that there are more reasons to highlight the positive than the negative.

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  1. XiNE says:

    Hello, Sir Vince! Addition to your list for Christmas in Baguio at Night = Cosy’s Cafe and Roasterie over at M.Roxas Street, Teachers Camp. The house with overflowing xmas spirit is the cafe’s ‘neighbor’. Finally, get past the gate, have delicious Benguet coffee (hot or cold blends) or hot choco if you prefer while enjoying the view of the ‘real’ xmas house in Baguio. Dont forget to get your picture taken with the house in the background.

    Have a nice day, everyone! (“,) Happy Holidays, too! Weeee!

    • admin says:

      Hi XiNe,

      Oh yeah! I know that place i always pass by it whenever i go to Teachers camp taking the brookside route! 🙂 thanks for sharing…must try that :-). Good job on your blog by the way 🙂

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