I am now down to my second-to-the-last day in Baguio. This is my best day here in Baguio. For our first agenda, we went to visit the Baguio Cathedral which is very near SM Baguio. Just a few blocks away. Obviously, we just prayed there and thank all the blessings we are having right now. I just took a few shots at the Cathedral because there is not so much to see.
After that, we went to a bizarre place which we never visited before. Well, it seems pretty interesting because it is something new and fresh. The place I am talking is the Tam-awan Village, popularly known as the Garden in the Sky. Just by hearing it's name, it really got my attention and I'm so curious of what does the place have in store for us. As soon as we entered the premises, I became astonished. The place is just so exceptional. It passed my expectations. You can clearly see that the place is rich in native culture. I adore everything especially those paintings that makes me want to buy them, unfortunately, it is really pricey. The place also have these Nipa huts wherein people are allowed to spend the night in those. Another thing is that their huge dream catcher is remarkable. In addition, I think it is the Home of Dream Catchers because you can see a lot of it throughout the place. I recommend this place to you, my dear readers, and be prepared for this place will totally blow you away!
I would really love to go back again someday to this amazing place!