Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Shower of Snow at Camp John Hay's Christmas Village

Christmas in February? Why not!

This is a long overdue post, two months to be exact, but I figured that since it's not everyday that I get to experience snow and snowfall in the Philippines is next to impossible, I'm sharing this in high hopes of a bigger and better Christmas Village this year. I actually first heard of the artificial snow in Camp John Hay from my classmate who traveled to Baguio City back in November.

Entrance fee is Php80.00 for adults and Php40.00 for kids aged 4 to 12 years old (children below 4 is free of charge). Just be prepared to wait for your turn to get inside since they limit the number of visitors to avoid overcrowding. If the snow experience is what you came here for, make sure to go during the daily scheduled fall: 1030H, 1230H, 1500H and the best time between 1900H and 2000H when there's a shower of snow every 15 minutes.

The chilly weather that night made us fancy for some hot tea and delectable dessert. And since we usually associate Baguio with fresh strawberries, all restaurants we went to recommended Strawberry Shortcake as their bestseller including Everything Nice Cake Shop and Cafe, a home-grown restaurant serving Filipino and Western dishes.

Snow (or more like bubble shower) and sweet hot tea with delicious dessert in 16-degree weather -- it was definitely a night to remember!


Everything Nice Cake Shop and Cafe
Baguio-Ayala Land Technohub
Mile Hi, Sheridan Drive, Camp John Hay
Baguio City, Philippines
Tel.: (63917) 506-2614

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