Travel Blogs from Bacolod, Philippines

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Bacolod (Airport), Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Bacolod (Airport)

A travel blog entry by andy-swiss

Arrive ...

Bacolod (Airport), Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Bacolod (Airport)

A travel blog entry by andy-swiss

Arrive Bacolod ...

Eating Well in Bacolod, Bacolod, Negros, Philippines travel blog

Eating Well in Bacolod

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng

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... for 500 php  including air conditioning, cable TV, ensuite and wifi (unreliable but).   Manokan Country Throughout the Philippines, this local fast food chain Mang Inasal has become an institution and it originated from Bacolod. Well, the ...

Unleavened in Bacolod, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Unleavened in Bacolod

A travel blog entry by davemyers

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Pam and I spent the Last Day of Unleavened Bread with the brethren in Bacolod, Negros Occidental Province, Western Visayas, Philippines. Mr. And Mrs. Siopan picked us up promptly at 9:30 am for the 10:30 am church service. The brethren here meet at a ...

Eating Well in Bacolod II, Bacolod, Negros, Philippines travel blog

Eating Well in Bacolod II

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng

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Negros Museum A short jeepney ride to Negros Museum for a wander. A rather uninteresting collection of yesteryears' artifacts but a separate gallery of international toys (featuring mostly dolls and figures) had my attention, largely also because it was ...

Sugar and Smiles, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Sugar and Smiles

A travel blog entry by davemyers

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... and after eating. The best way to describe Inasal Chicken - Yum! There are many unusual forms of transportation in the Philippines. I've already commented on the Jeepney and modified mini-van. Another unique form is the tricycle. The tricycle is either ...

Moving on again., Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Moving on again.

A travel blog entry by richierich33

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... for the Pension Bacolod where it's only 310 peso for a room with en-suite bathroom. The region around Bacolod has historically been one of the wealthiest areas in the Philippines due to the production of sugar cane where it is still harvested even ...

"Welcome To Our Family" at the orphange

A travel blog entry by mattamyhuey

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... gets down to 85 at night, and that isn't factoring in the humidity. -No showers or baths here, or in many places in the Philippines. There is something that looks like a shower stall with no walls. It has a big bucket of cold water and a scoop to pour ...

Smiles From The Philippines, Bacolod City, Philippines travel blog

Smiles From The Philippines

A travel blog entry by mattamyhuey

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... finding words to express how much we love this place. Nanana and Tatana (Filipino for Mom Billy & Dad Joe) came to the Philippines 18 years ago and felt called to open an orphanage here in this small town. The orphanage currently has 140 children, ...

Orphanage Graduation and Goodbyes, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Orphanage Graduation and Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by mattamyhuey

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... could hardly contain themselves. Finally, after being with the kids for a full week, it was time for us to move on in the Philippines, but it was extremely hard to do so. We shared a special time our last night with Joe and Billie and the rest of the ...

On our way back up, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

On our way back up

A travel blog entry by finn_steve

Stopped overnight on our way back to Panay to break up the ...

300 Not Out!, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

300 Not Out!

A travel blog entry by caroline_little

... 4) Baliscag Island - Philippines              4) Baliscag Island - Philippines 5) Saigon - ...

BACOLOD, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

BACOLOD

A travel blog entry by gemmabanaga

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... of October. Known for being a relatively friendly city, it bears the nicknames "City of Smiles" and "Football City of the Philippines". Bacolod City recently ranked no. 1 in a survey by MoneySense Magazine as the "Best Place to Live in the ...

Bacolod, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Bacolod

A travel blog entry by stubo

... the accomodation which was fine but in the middle of nowhere - much like my place in Iloilo city. I really ouldnt get a favour of Bacolod but the 1st impressions were not all that good. I ate, used the internet and generaly killed time, got up in the ...

Bacolod City, Negros island, Bacolod City and a volcano, Philippines travel blog

Bacolod City, Negros island

A travel blog entry by andymohan

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A few days of good food and walking were followed by a night back on the sauce in Bacolod city. This was to be the last night out of the fiesta addicted ...

Bacolod, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Bacolod

A travel blog entry by mikesblog

Nothing to report. Stayed here for three days but it did nothing but rain so I chilled and caught up with my blog. ...

negro's island, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

negro's island

A travel blog entry by fombi

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... city in the negros island. we spend two night and three days in bacolod going around having fun with a group of artist. we visited bacolod to meet andrea friend brother which he introduce us to all his friends, he is an artist and itr was amazing to see ...

1h de bateau pour Iloilo mais..., Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

1h de bateau pour Iloilo mais...

A travel blog entry by laurent.quintal

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....Un des moteurs tombe en panne...donc se seras 3h de voyage...Nuit ...

The Day We've been Looking Forward To, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

The Day We've been Looking Forward To

A travel blog entry by blanford

... they were in Phoenix we had a prior commitment and were unable to make the performance. And since Scott was actually in the Philippines when they came, he had not yet met the particular girls that stayed with us. I could not believe what we had ...

Massive Xmas Par-tay!, Silay, Philippines travel blog

Massive Xmas Par-tay!

A travel blog entry by soloflyer

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Back in the day, it was tradition to have a big reunion/after Christmas party at the family plantation, Luguay (loog-why). The tradition continued till the matriarch of the family passed away 8 years ago, and with her many of the family traditions died. ...

Southbound through Iloilo to Bacolod, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Southbound through Iloilo to Bacolod

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011

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...  Bacolod is an educational town with a large number of post secondary schools.  It also has a great reputation all over the Philippines for its food and restaurants.  Our plan again was to stay two nights but we stretched it to three. ...

Don't do this, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Don't do this

A travel blog entry by staceyashton

... 50, bus to Bacolod 50 each chicken 90P pizza 65  2X jeepneys 30P drinks 80P food 100P room 290P April 18, 2010. Air Philippines Bacolod- Manila 6:55-8:00 376PHP each. Taxi 150 each airport departure 200 each  steam buns 60, coffee 135, taxi 170 ...

My bike's first RoRo, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

My bike's first RoRo

A travel blog entry by wildernesteve

 The trip has begun. Tonight, I took my motorcycle on it's first roro (roll on roll off) ferry ride from Iloilo, Panay to Bacolod, Negros. It was night, so no pics of that. There will be many more to come. Spent the night in Bacolod and had some of ...

Mom's Evening in the South Pacific, Bacolod City, Philippines travel blog

Mom's Evening in the South Pacific

A travel blog entry by lizaresandrea

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Hawaiian grass skirts and dances were in vogue when I was a kid a long time ago. So when Mom said that for her 80th birthday, she didn't want the guests to be in formal attire or in Filipiniana, she wanted then to be in Hawaiian attire, the children were ...

More Plans: Fly Fishing?, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

More Plans: Fly Fishing?

A travel blog entry by barracuda_shark

This here, is a fine specimen of a red emperor. One of the few things you'll want to catch in the Great Barrier Reef. A lesser known fact about Cairns is that it is also hosting some of the best fishing spots for salt water fly fishing. Cairns and the ...

Exciting food journey in North QL and Cairns, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Exciting food journey in North QL and Cairns

A travel blog entry by barracuda_shark

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If you are one on a journey of gastronomic heights, Cairns can cater to some of most twisted whims. This city up above Down Under also knows how to combine exotic eating with fine dining. Independent food trips is fast becoming one of the hottest trends ...

My Dad was born here., Seravia, Philippines travel blog

My Dad was born here.

A travel blog entry by borndriven

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But the water fountain's rubbish!! I don't get it!, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

But the water fountain's rubbish!! I don't get it!

A travel blog entry by samlocke_7

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Day 5 – Cebu to Bacolod.   A day of traveling – 2 hour bus to Toledo, ferry to San Carlos on the next island, then a nice scenic bus journey through the mountains to Bacolod.  Day 6 – Bacolod   I was really ill, so I ...

Pizza and SHOPPING DAY!, Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Pizza and SHOPPING DAY!

A travel blog entry by borndriven

Today started off same 'ol, same 'ol and my Dad and I went walking in the park around the lagoon. Again, they played Ricky Martin 'She Bangs' and I was dancing the whole time I was holding my Dad's hand. After we walked, we ended up going to breakfast at ...

Heaven = Poolside with a margarita (at 10:30am), Bacolod, Philippines travel blog

Heaven = Poolside with a margarita (at 10:30am)

A travel blog entry by borndriven

... very lazy one, reading Congo by the rooftop pool... and when it got too hot, I went into the pool and had myself a mango margarita. Didn't even look at the time, but when I did, found out it wasn't even noon. Well, at least it wasn't even noon in ...

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