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Friday, September 21, 2018


When in Baguio, you should not miss the chance to visit Asin, Benguet.  I visited this place in three different occasions so far.

Asin, Benguet is accessible by public utility vehicle. Jeepneys are the cheapest mode of transportation.  You could also opt to take a cab for convenience.

As you traverse the road going to Asin, you'll see different wood carvings on the side of the road. I had a chance to take a look on one of the stores and was able to buy some wood works. But that is another story.

Anyway, back to Asin, Benguet.   As mentioned above, I visited the famous Bencab Museum three times already.  Why?  I simply love the atmosphere and all of the art works there.

Benedicto Reyes Cabrera, better known as "BenCab", is a Filipino painter and was awarded as National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts in 2006. He is one of the best-selling painter of his generation of Filipino artists. I admire his art works as well as his advocacy in giving a chance to young and struggling artists to showcase their art works at his museum in Asin, Benguet.

I personally met BenCab on my third visit to Bencab Museum. You could see it in the way I smile that I was so giddy.  I really admire the guy.  Note: The first time I visited the BenCab museum several years ago, I got to met his beautiful daughter also.

The view of the "Bahay Kubo" from the viewing deck never misses to refresh my soul. I don't know if it is because of the cold weather or the Kamote fries that they serve in their restaurant called Cafe Sabel. 

You could seat prettily in one of these colorful chairs and enjoy your cappuccino or latte with the yummy kamote fries.

The very simple "Bahay Kubo" in the middle of the water and plants produces a gentle breeze that makes one feel peaceful inside. It is as if telling you to be at peace, love life and live life to the fullest.

The view from the third floor balcony is a bliss.  As the mountain breeze gently caresses my cheeks my soul calmed down and soothed my inner core and thoughts.

Watching it from the balcony made me feel sleepy I snooze on one of their benches. Ha ha ha! 

The different flowers that bloom around the Bahay Kubo creates a rainbow of colors that add to the beauty of the place. 

This view is just across the bahay kubo. Where the farmer hired by BenCab plant trees, Kamote and flowers. According to one of the guide at BenCab museum behind that mountain is the South China Sea. 

The author posing with the breathtaking view of the adjacent garden, farm, hill and mini-forest.

Who said that the Philippines is not rich? Look at those thick forest view.

Enjoy! Smile always!


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