The last time I ever visited Baguio’s strawberry farm was when I was 12. It was a long long time ago that I vaguely remember anything from it. Since my guy has never been to the Strawberry Farm, we made sure to include it in our itinerary for this weekend.
Thank God parking slots were available outside the strawberry farm. But you’d have to walk a little to get inside the farm picking itself. Outside there are a lot of souvenir shops for your pasalubong shopping and what greeted us right before we get inside the farm is an awesome strawberry icecream vendor.
You know that I’m such a sucker for icecream.
We just walked around the farm since strawberry picking was Php400.00/head and my friend, who is a native in Baguio, told us we can buy the strawberries from Baguio market for half the price. Plus, the strawberries weren’t that big when we got there.
On the way out, we grabbed some more strawberry icecream from another vendor who knew his PR skills well.
So this is Baguio strawberry icecream in DQ pose.
I couldn’t pass the chance to try it myself. LoL.
Bye, strawberry fields forever!
I checked out the pasalubong vendors outside the farm for some knick knacks to give when I come back to Manila. The prices are cheap, same as Bagiuo market price.
To end this post, I found this very interesting pasalubong–Snake Wine.
And no, I didn’t buy it. But this is said to increase men’s sexual endurance. Better than Viagra. >,<
Anyway, enjoy the remaining days of your long weekend! xx
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