So what happened evening of day one?
Karaoke madness (we're true-blue Pinoys!) backed up by bottles of beer and wine. But before I spill the beans, here's what we did when we were all still sane.
We were lead by Eurotel's marketing to the hotel's function halls. They divided one big hall which takes up the entire floor into different segments. We were showed three different types of set up for conferences and one set up for banquets.
Our dinner was served at the banquet hall. Pinikpikan was one of the dishes! Eurotel Baguio's the only branch that has it on their resto menu, for an obvious reason.
Right after we finished our meals, the clubbin' lights were turned on. The makeshift bar was filled with beer and wine and the buffet table was replenished with hors d'oeuvres. The song list was finally
In between songs Joseph Raymundo, Eurotel's marketing staff, dropped punchlines like a pro stand up comedian. We did icebreakers, plus a singing challenge wherein Melo of Out Of Town and I won flash drives. We called it a night a little past 12.
I awoke the next day with a slight hangover, though I only had a few bottles of booze. Good thing I have recuperated when we were taken to some of Baguio's top tourist destinations. We went to the Chinese Temple, Tam-Awan Village, and strawberry farm in La Trinidad.
It was such an action-packed day and our hosts made sure we were well fed. We had buffet brekkie at Eurotel, lunch at Oh My Gulay and dinner at Barrio Fiesta. In the evening we went to D' Kamalig comedy bar and around midnight... we were treated to a free massage at Spa De Soleil!
And as if what I've mentioned ain't enough... They gave us a package of Baguio goodies before we all left the hotel on the third day.
Now ain't that fantastic? Did I not tell you guys it was a bliss-ful weekend?!
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