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Fresh Strawberry Harvest

On Day 2 of our North Luzon Trip, we went to Strawberry Farm to harvest err what else - fresh strawberries!

After a hearty meal at O' Mai Khan and a quick tour at Bell Church, we geared up for the last stop for the day. Strawberry Farm is located at La Trinidad Valley few meters away from Benguet State University. We walked some few meters more before we arrived at the area. We were all excited especially my nephew Cocoy who loves strawberries very much. Good news is, we're just in time for peak season.
Strawberry Farm
We were attended buy 2 farmers and we told them we needed a variety of ready to eat strawberries and some that are good for 2-3 more days as we still have our Vigan-Laoag-Pagudpod leg. They handed each of us some really cute baskets and taught us to pick strawberries that still has white portions at the end for those we won't be eating right away. Cocoy, picked most of the ready to eat strawberries as he really likes it to be all red, lol! A kilo is worth Php300.

us picking fresh strawberries :)
It was all our first time to actually pick fresh strawberries right from the farm. Great thing the farmers bought us to the area where there were no close tourists around, and said that the area hasn't been picked yet, what a luck! Click here to view more photos of the Strawberry Farm.


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