Relaxing at The Forest Lodge Baguio
It’s nearing the holidays when we went to Baguio. We didn’t realize the number of passengers who will get to the city so we didn’t bother to reserve for bus tickets. So when we arrived at the bus terminal of Victory Liner, the people lined up as chance passengers surprised us. We took our chance on to see if there’s a luck on it; but unfortunately only one or two chance passengers can get in in every bus trip. So we went out of the terminal and looked for other bus lines that go to Baguio City. Just in time when we arrived at the bus terminal of Genesis Bus. Only, three seats were available when we entered the bus. The luck was still on us.
We left the terminal at around 2:00 AM.
After 6 hours of traveling the road, we had finally arrived in Baguio City. Upon arriving we went to Victory Liner to reserve our return tickets. Baka maubusan na naman.
In Baguio City
We arrived at our hotel at around 8:00 AM; since it isn’t our time yet for check in, they allowed us to leave our things first so we could go out and roam around.
But before we went out, we observed the lobby first and had some photographs here.
Afterwards, we bought food and items we needed for our stay like chips, cup noodles, water and alcohol. Then we went to Good Taste for some good lunch. After the satisfying meal, we took a cab going back to our hotel.
It was already 3:00 PM when we went back to our hotel. We checked in and excitedly went to our room. The room that my friend had reserved is a one-bedroom room suite; and this part of the hotel room greeted us.
Some of the equipment might not be that high-end but the interior and how the room looks like is very lovely.
We have two bathrooms and two double beds, nice.
Our room is so relaxing that I can stay there forever and do nothing but bond with my friends. In fact, because of the comfort and Baguio breeze, I went out of bed the next day around lunch time already. That’s how relaxing our hotel room is.
Note: Some photos are owned by Vanessa.
The Forest Lodge
Camp John Hay, Loakan Road
Contact No.: 074-424-0931 to 47