Burnham Park Baguio Visit After Pandemic For Wordless Wednesday


   My first visit at Burnham Park Baguio since the pandemic made me nostalgic

Microtel Baguio

At Burnham Park : Breathe Baguio

   Of course, a warning for flower enthusiasts.. hahaha that is why I brought  the bunch of flowers my hubby gave me the day before for our wedding anniversary!

                     By the Victory Bus Station upon arrival

              Hope  you can join us for WORDLESS WEDNESDAY
                                  and meet a lot of friends too!

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Judy Biggerstaff said...

Beautiful pics Love the pink umbrella too.

Ms Donyarific said...

Yes, Burnham Park is the first must-see place in Baguio City, Philippines. It is in the "Heart of Baguio" as they say.

It has been a very long while since Baguio opened it's doors to tourists, one thing that I thought would never happen. I'm so glad that people are welcome now, without travel requirements. The tourism business is booming now that it is summertime and the Lenten season.

The pink umbrella is something I'm glad I brought along as it surprisingly drizzled slightly just when we set foot in Burnham Park..haha

Thanks for the visit, Judy!

stevebethere said...

What nice photos looks like you had a great time

Have a nostalgictastic week 👍👍😷😷😷

Sandee said...

What a wonderful day out. A wonderful way to celebrate your anniversary. Great shots.

Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. ♥

Ms Donyarific said...

Thank you, as always, Sandee for hosting WW..
I'm so glad to join this week and share our photos from our first travel to Baguio City after six years. It was an amazing weekend!

NCSue said...

Thank you so much for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2022/04/the-last-of-these-for-while-i-promise.html and I hope you had a wonderful anniversary with many more to come.

Veronica Lee said...

Looks like a lovely park!

Glad you had a great time.

Have a wonderful weekend ahead.

Nancy Chan said...

Always good to be out and enjoy the nature around us. The best is walking in the park. Have a great weekend.

Keith's Ramblings said...

What a lovely place to visit! Looks like you enjoyed yourselves.

Ms Donyarific said...

Thanks for stopping by, Steve! Yes, indeed, this vacation was worth it and we enjoyed however simple it seems :)

Ms Donyarific said...

My pleasure to share the sights of Burnham Park :) Thanks for the greeting, praying also that we celebrate more years in the future.

Truly we are extremely happy being here in Baguio City and getting to visit Burnham Park, which we have not visited in a long while - like 6 years or so.

Burnham Park is the most commonly frequented place we go to when we are in Baguio City. It is in fact a Sunday treat to go there during our childhood, as I remember. The biking lanes and the Children's Park near it is a great place to stay.
Now that we are adults, the gardens near the Burnham Lake gets to be a main attraction. It is just located within the city center, Session Road, hence a must-see for travelers and tourists.

Ms Donyarific said...

Thanks for the visit, Veronica! Had a great time indeed!
Burnham Park is a great place to stay, there's actually so much to see but due to the rain we just passed time by the Burnham Lake and strolled around the picnic groves and the Melvin Jones Grand Stand. We went to the Igorot Park that night during the night market, too.

Next time probably we will go to the Children's Park, Rose Garden, Burnham Orchidarium and Skating Rink.

Ms Donyarific said...

Thanks for hopping by, Nancy! I agree... walking in the park with a variety of plants and flowers de-stresses us and keeps us grounded.
Happy Easter!

Ms Donyarific said...

Hello Keith! thanks for stopping by.. a leisurely walk around Burnham Park and taking photos kept us in high spirits!

Bill said...

What a beautiful place to visit and explore. Thanks for visitng and leaving a comment.

Amila said...

Lovely pictures of both of you. Have a great week!

Tom said...

...because of the pandemic we don't travel, we stay home and that't fine with us.

Ms Donyarific said...

Tom, I would do the same too if there were travel restrictions strictly imposed here, as I am a homebody and can live with that :) It scares me to go anywhere during this pandemic, to be truly personal, but I do my part of being careful as much as I can though I also think there are no guarantees that one is safe. And so I say I prayer whenever we go out.

It just happens that our country announced Alert Level 1 status which means cases are low - but some say the level status is more because of the election campaign period. It's summer here in the Philippines, and people who were not allowed to go anywhere (not even in the next town without travel requirements) are up and about for what they call "revenge tourism" - going to all tourist destinations whilst the authorities have relaxed. That includes our family making up for all the lost time being together and visiting places when we have time off.

How I pray that countries would announce it is endemic already. It would bring more good especially for the young and the elderly.

Ms Donyarific said...

Thanks for the visit back, Amila! Cheers!

Ms Donyarific said...

Baguio is an awesome place, always included in tourists' itinerary of places to see in the Philippines. I always recommend it.
Thanks for visiting back, my pleasure to exchange pleasantries with you as well!

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