Horseback riding is THE one thing that they definitely would not miss doing in all our trips to Baguio.
They love horseback riding so much that they even have favorite horses at the riding trail in John Hay. V’s fave is a horse named Rainbow, while Pat’s is Tanduay (yeah, yeah, it’s named after one of Baguio folks’ favorite beverages).
They love horseback riding so much that hub, at one point, considered buying a horse! Eh. Not gonna happen. Where are we gonna park it? Out in front of the house, tied to the gate? 😀
Update, 29 December 2015: Our favorite horseback riding spot is Shalan di Kabadjo at Camp John Hay, because there’s a trail through a wooded area that leads to a riding circle on a flat area. Last year (2014), an hour of horseback riding cost P370.00. We realize the prices go up almost every year. The horseback ride area is near The Filling Station; it’s on the right if you’re coming from the main gate on from Loakan Road.
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i’m just dropping a few lines. My family and I are still on vacation in my hometown, Baguio City. We’re going to stay here for a week. As always, I look forward to spending time with my parents and family and some old friends I grew up with.
My kids enjoy horseback-riding, so it’s the first thing we did on Day 1. They prefer riding at Camp John Hay, although on the day we went, it was quite crowded.
I like the forest here. I hope the city government has the will to protect these rare forests, instead of handing them over to the rich developers. Baguio is innately beautiful; it doesn’t need to be concretized (or uglified) anymore than it already is.
I am thankful that there are areas such as this one that are still forested –
Incidentally, I posted about Baguio at the FilipinoMomBlog (FMB). It’s a two-part series, and Part 1 is now posted. Check out the FMB post here.