Travel Blogs from Philippines

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Getting comfy on Palawan, Puerto P, Sabang and Port Barton, Philippines travel blog

Getting comfy on Palawan

A travel blog entry by kriklu

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... on time. Landed on Palawan ahead of schedule! Palawan, probably the least accessible and least developed region of the Philippines. Importantly also a site of extraordinary natural beauty, extreme sports, rough travel and a few nice beaches. Sounds ...

Just Another Day at the Office, Palayan, Philippines travel blog

Just Another Day at the Office

A travel blog entry by kimthevagabond

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Lourdes Andres is a rice farmer from a little province called Bongobon on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. Aside from rice, Lourdes earns a living by raising pigs and selling clothing and homemade rice cakes. Anna is Lourdes' youngest daughter, who ...

The world's smallest primates, Tagbillaran, Philippines travel blog

The world's smallest primates

A travel blog entry by amandaroberts79

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On a recommendation a local guy we took a really quick trip across to Bohol to visit the Tarsiers. These are little primates that are so small that they could sit in the palm of your hand if you were allowed to hold them. We took the ferry across to ...

Rain Rain go away, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Rain Rain go away

A travel blog entry by mel_strang

We really did nothing here, one night of telly in our room before catching our flight the next day. ...

Bus blues, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Bus blues

A travel blog entry by charliek85

A very lazy day for most of the day today, simply flicking through photos to upload to my website (if I ever get to a fast enough internet connection) and planning stories for the books that will make me famous ... Ahem. The day picked up pace as it ...

Perfect Weekend, Sogod, Philippines travel blog

Perfect Weekend

A travel blog entry by elsat

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... instead. I'm really glad I got the chance to go to Padre Burgos again, it is one of my favorite places in the Philippines. There is nothing like falling asleep to the sound of waves crashing outside your door and waking up to beautiful blue water and ...

Philippines - Actually..., like that!, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Philippines - Actually..., like that!

A travel blog entry by amyblundell

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... , I had given up my grand plan of stewardessing on a private yacht before venturing on through South America to backpack through the Philippines with a guy I barely knew! Very un-Amy like – but that is what felt so good about the decision! And while ...

Went Home to Philippines, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Went Home to Philippines

A travel blog entry by cdacobb

went home to ...

Modern Manila, Manila, Philippines travel blog

Modern Manila

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng

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... that I incurred a AUD$ 4.50 at the HSBC ATM..slimy bank! - Ed) Makati City being the financial hub of the Philippines, eludes this soulless empty atmosphere much like the CBDs of most major cities. Maybe it was the weekend. It was clean though.  ...

Viva No Lava!, Tagaytay, Philippines travel blog

Viva No Lava!

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng

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...   Keni Po Hotel Finally in Tagaytay town at 1 pm. Hopped onto a tricycle and went straight to Keni Po hotel. Best room I stayed in Philippines so far - 1500 php for air-con, wifi, hot shower. You get to use a small swimming pool in the back but it is ...

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