It’s been a while since I traveled with my fellow bloggers because these past few months, I was not into attending events because of my hectic and yet productive schedule and some errands that I attended to that connotes with my brighter future. Yeah, quite skeptical on how my future should be – a housewife running a business, have an enough money for my travels and staycations that the future husband need not to worry about, and giving the best of both worlds to my children – as simple as that! And for me to achieve it, I have to work harder than it should be plus proper time management. YES! My enthusiasm on achieving those dreams and goals of mine is getting stronger day-by-day. Thank you God for guiding me and please always do so! I know you will, right.
Meanwhile, right after dinner at Kalapaw – The Taste of Laoag restaurant in Baguio City which caters a variety of dishes from North Luzon, specifically, Laoag (I’ll write a separate post about it my dear, watch out for it), some of my blogger friends and I headed to Café by the Ruins Dua. Well, I haven’t been to the original Café by Ruins that’s why I insisted that we should go to its second branch on which I was very glad and happy that they were also willing to have some coffee and had a little talk - big and funny ones and others were gossips. Ha-ha. Though, I can’t really compare and spot the differences of the two cafés.
|orchids for real!|
|stairways - way up to second floor|
|table's centerpieces and yes, fresh and real flowers|
|Cafe by the Ruins DUA|
|framed photographs hanging on the wall|