Subic Holiday Villas

Subic, Luzon, Philippines | Condo
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This condo, located in Subic, is near Pagsanjan (Magdapio) Falls and Bolinao Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Subic

    A new start

    A travel blog entry by sidong on Sep 01, 2014

    1 photo

    In two months time i'll be off to Australia.

    I have one of those work holiday visas where i can stay there for a year then extend it for another year if i do some regional work for three months.
    Am i excited? i was at first... But now i don't know.. I'm leaving a lot behind doing this.. my friends, family etc... but if i stay ...

    All I Wanted Was A Monkey

    A travel blog entry by bfust on Sep 22, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... words that rhyme with "hong kong phooey" as if they are actually "hong kong phooey" is a mistake. Chop suey is to be said without any accompanying hand gestures or karate sass.

  • Old men that sell hand carved bows and arrows outside the duty free shop do not take hints and believe the word 'no" is short for, "no, but I often change my mind after 30 seconds so ask me again then." Never make eye contact.
  • If you video ...

  • Padi sa Morong Experience

    A travel blog entry by shevalenzuela on Nov 11, 2011

    15 photos

    ... to relax away from our stressful work.

    At night you can make your own bonfire near the shore and bring your foods and drinks. (***you can request to the caretakers for bonfire materials for only Php 300).

    Amenities

    Living room (with TV and Videoke) *there's available DVD player, so you can bring your own DVD for your favorite movies.
    Kitchen (full equipped, with free to use dining wares, stove, refrigerator, microwave ...

    Amazed by Acuzar's Awesome Houses

    A travel blog entry by arnobs66 on Jun 25, 2011

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... 500 to Php8,500.

    Of the 27 or so houses, we only managed to see about a dozen or so as far as I can recall, namely, Casa Unisan, Casa Vyzantina, Casa San Miguel, Casa Mexico, Casa Luna, Casa Jaen I, Case Jaen II, Casa Meycauyan, Casa Lubao, Casa Candaba, Casa Tondo and Casa Baliauag I. A number of houses were occupied that time so we were not able to go inside most of them.

    And did I mention Casa Hildalgo? ...

    Salamat Po to the Sze Family!!

    A travel blog entry by jayandbri on Nov 27, 2010

    36 photos

    ... for history). There is a dungeon which is closed now for safety reasons. They found over 600 skulls down there. Of course, since it is closed, we slipped the guard 100 pesos and got locked in the dungeon for our own personal tour. We had to be quiet since the police were right above us! It was very interesting...of course...we have to do everything that we are not allowed to do! They have horses (which are half the size of Canadian horses) with carts that you ...