My last trip to Baguio was in August of 2005 but I must have made the most out of our week-end visit there than any place else. It was the middle of the rainy season so half the time, we were forced to stay indoors.
Most of my friends tell me that one of the must-visit places we should check out is the strawberry fields as farmers would allow us to pick the strawberry ourselves. So, even if the strawberry plantation was a good 45 minute taxi ride (and I have to shell out Php200 per hour to the taxi driver), we head off to see the place for ourselves.
Unfortunately, there was nothing to pick — maybe because they all had to harvest early to avoid the fruits being damaged by the continuous rain. Not sure really so we had to contend with ones already in their baskets.
Must really be a bad month for starwberries as the ones we got were not really that good and weren’t cheap at all (I think it was Php 280/kilo). I don’t eat strawberries though.
[tag]Baguio City, Strawberries[/tag]
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