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Katy Santos wrote a review Oct 2020
Philippines399 contributions134 helpful votes
Good Shepherd is a religious convent in Baguio and they’re well known for great pasalubongs, goodies, or sweet treats like Ube jam, Peanut Brittle, Lengua De Gato, and Strawberry Jam. People normally go here to buy in wholesale so you better be early to avoid the long queue. Tip: There are stores outside Good Shepherd that sells fresh strawberries and other goodies, you might want to check them out too!…
Date of experience: November 2019
2 Helpful votes
NDGM90 wrote a review Aug 2020
Lutherville Timonium, Maryland559 contributions51 helpful votes
The place is famous for their concessions selling sweets and local pastries. There's free parking but the place can get packed. There's an overlook where you can see the side of the mountains but over the years, it has been overtaken by housing.
Date of experience: September 2019
Melissa wrote a review Apr 2020
San Pedro, Philippines186 contributions237 helpful votes
We bought the famous Ube jam. We bought three but only 1 made it in our hotel. We ate the other two along the way while touring Baguio. Delicious. The restrooms are clean. There is also a cafeteria where you can rest and eat. The whole place is Instagrammable.
Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
Andrew G wrote a review Apr 2020
El Nido, Philippines4 contributions
Go really early to avoid the long lines. Probably not worth it if you're really short on time. You'll be able to purchase their products in a lot of other areas that resell them (but of course a bit more expensive) like the bus terminals and main tourist attractions.
Date of experience: January 2020
Chinkee C wrote a review Mar 2020
Luzon, Philippines27 contributions6 helpful votes
Hands up when it comes to their goods but the queue was just so terrible. You have to wait for almost an hour only to find out you can only get max of 2 jams per head. Will still come back for sure anyway.
Date of experience: February 2020