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Lunch At Brent

January 31, 2013

Arrived in Baguio earlier than usual so instead of asking W to pick us up (me and daughter) at the bus station, we decided to just take the cab and surprise W and M at home. And yes, they were really surprised since they are still in their jammies when we arrived on their doorstep. Hahaha.

We can't resist not joining them for breakfast- hot cocoa (very apt for that cold morn) and toasted bread and jam. Then we had an hour or two to kill before lunchtime so we just lazed around in the attic- our assigned room. Actually, daughter and I love the attic since we already slept there during our first stay with W and M.




Our very cozy attic quarters and our cute beds!



Daughter playing temple run (if I'm not mistaken) while watching TV at the same time. That's in the Family Room beside our attic quarters. I love the pink sofa!


Brent International School, Baguio City. We decided to have lunch here because W and M told me about the school's buffet lunch (for the students) and sometimes the parents can join also for a token fee of P100. OMG! And they change menu every day. Wow wow wow.




That's the Salad Buffet Table. Had three plates of salad greens with aioli dressing. M told me that Brent School has a new chef now. It seems that the school (pirated) the chef from Baguio Country Club. ;)


Daughter got lucky because they were serving roast beef and chicken lollies that day. We had lunch an hour early to avoid the students since we'll be using one of the tables. They also have a fruit table laden with ripe mangoes, bananas and pineapples, and a platterful of fresly made strawberry tarts. Yum!

Afterwards, since we walked to the Pink Sisters Convent to offer our prayers of thanks for the blessings that we received and for the nice friendship that we have with W and M and family. :)






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