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Our flower pics during our Baguio trip!


Pretty pretty flowers. Tips to guys: Girls do love flowers. Kahit pa may mga nagsasabe na hindi totoo yun. Haha!

More pics from Pinebreeze. This is where we stayed when we were in Baguio.




Excited for our next trip already.. Where to next? ;)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

Calvin said…
weee baguio again. nice!
princess_dyanie said…
hmm i think di lahat ng girls like ang flowers :P haha
Kayni said…
I miss Baguio =(. Great pics and I love the flower shots.
Chyng said…
Where's next? Upper north? *winks*

Btw, aside from Victory liner, would you know any bus company that offers a SCTEX route to baguio?
Anonymous said…
i miss baguio with your post.
Photo Cache said…
Yes, girls love flowers even if they claim the opposite. Flowers are always good gifts :)
An Ifugao house for accommodation is quite an experience in itself!
Anonymous said…
Flangak ito! >> Tips to guys: Girls do love flowers. Kahit pa may mga nagsasabe na hindi totoo yun. Haha!

Meron kasing iba dyan ang ARTE! ayaw daw ng flowers.. asus.. ayun nibreak-an tuloy.. bato bato sa langit!

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