Since I learned of BenCab Museum, I’ve always visited it every time I go to Baguio. The first time was in 2009, when our Baguio-based friend, Atty. Rio, brought us to this place. I remember that I felt like I was in some magical place, when I first looked outside from the balcony. Clouds covered part of the creek in between the mountains, as if there was a different world beyond that.
For the first time, after all these years of going to Baguio, my cousin, my brother, and I went to Tam-awan Village. Since we didn’t have a fixed itinerary — No, scratch that. We didn’t have any itinerary. At all. — we decided to go somewhere that will give us a feel of Baguio art. It could be anywhere, really, since Baguio, for me, is a city-wide art studio. But, because none of us have been to Tam-awan, we all agreed to go there.