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Fare Thee Well Bliss

Bliss Cafe in Baguio City will serve its last order later today and bids us farewell. Although I've discovered it only in 2011, I've been visiting this cafe whenever we go to Baguio. Also, I didn't know then that it was owned by a friend.

Bliss Cafe is one of the vegetarian restaurant and belongs to the must-visit-place-when-in-Baguio. The place looks very nice and relaxing also. The place is owned by a husband and wife team who also does yoga and meditation and it does reflect on the way they decorated the cafe. The vegetarian chicharon here is l-o-v-e. Read about Bliss Cafe here.


I asked my friend during our trip to Baguio last week why they are closing shop and she mentioned that she wants to embark on a new journey.


I know a lot will be missing Bliss Cafe (including me) since it's one of the popular places to dine and visit when in Baguio but I understand my friend's need to answer an inner calling, a new life path and journey. So here's wishing Shanti and Jim, goodluck on your new endeavors this 2014 and A-Blissful farewell to Bliss Cafe.






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