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Baeby Baste goes on a Baguio escapade

/ 11:11 AM September 09, 2017

Baeby Baste via Instagram

After his Japan trip with the whole “Eat Bulaga” crew, Baeby Baste this time gets a good dose of the cool weather in the mountain city of Baguio.

In a series of recent Instagram posts, Baeby Baste (Sebastian Benedict Granfon Arumpac in real life) apparently enjoyed the laid-back atmosphere in the City of Pines.

Of course, a trip to Baguio would not be complete without a photo with a giant St. Bernard dog and Baste exactly had a photo op with one.

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Beethoven 👍🏻🤗🐶 #wheninBaguio2017

A post shared by Baste (@iambaebybaste) on

The Visayan-speaking kid also did not let his climb up the city pass without riding on horseback . Astride a healthy white-and-brown horse, he donned an outfit complete with an American Indian hat.

For those who are afraid to try horseback riding, he simply said, “Ride more. Worry less.”

Ride more. Worry less. 🤗🐎❤️👍🏻

A post shared by Baste (@iambaebybaste) on

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Baste first rose to fame as an online sensation. Not long after, he was featured on GMA’s TV program “Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho.”

He gained more fame when he joined the longest-running noontime TV show “Eat Bulaga.”

The natural charmer, who turned 5 last Aug. 22, is also known for his singing talent. And like the phenomenal breakout star Maine Mendoza, Baste has created his own dubsmash videos. /ra

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