Read Yan's brief memoir on eating 'balut' and the night market of Baguio

When I came to Baguio, I thought, “Am I in my hometown?”

In fact, my hometown is very far from here. Baguio, which is surrounded by nature, is similar to my hometown so I came to like Baguio instantly.  In addition, I love nights in Baguio because I love the night view and night market. The beauty of Baguio here impressed me.

At the night market, many stalls offer a variety of items such as food, clothes, etc. By the way, I ate balut! Eating it was a strange experience. Indeed, the night market is fun and life in Baguio will be an unforgettable experience for me.

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