Residencia de Riego & Resort

Sitio Libis, Muzon II, Batangas, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sitio Libis, Muzon II, Batangas.
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Travel Blogs from Batangas

Philippines - Rice Terraces in North Luzon

A travel blog entry by suzvarey on Jun 01, 2013

... my last day relaxing in Sagada and then making the long-winded journey back to Manila for my flight to Bangkok. Whilst the bus journeys themselves were uneventful, my time in Dau (near Clark airport) was not so quiet. After arriving at 4am at the bus terminal (in an attempt to save money on a night's accommodation), I then proceeded to sit in Mr Donuts for 3 hours waiting for other shops to open and for more people to arrive. After getting in the way of the ...

How Do They Do That? - "Rice"

A travel blog entry by robandnorma on Apr 18, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... cloth and probably for our benefit (and maybe other tourists) - underpants. He also wore a feathery hat. He demonstrated to Norma how you craft traditional statues of the human-like 'rice guards', which are cut from giant ferns stems that are naturally a charcoal colour. He even told us some of his life experiences such has his school life and mixing with other children. At the second viewpoint the terraces looked even more marvellous, although we did also find amusement in a stand ...

Bus to Batangas pier

A travel blog entry by dreaea on Feb 14, 2013

To get to the island of Mindoro, where we were meeting our friends we needed first to get to Batangas pier.
When we got out of the taxi at the Manila bus station we were ambushed by more taxi drivers and bus ticket vendors like they were the paparazzi. No joke, they were staring into the cab as we were paying and I was scared of taking out my wallet even to pay the driver. ...

The Rice Terraces of Batad

A travel blog entry by lolly2012 on Jan 10, 2013

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... the map we had was very vague, and we were decidedly nervous. Still after an hours wait a suitable bus came along and we bedded down for the night. Well tried our best to anyways. But I'm not sure whether the locals are nocturnal but every 15 minutes they'd stop to pick someone up which meant the lights came on full blast and took another 10 to slowly turn off. To me this was very strange that every village and town we drove through seemed to have ...

Adventures''Batad Rice Terraces and Tappia Falls

A travel blog entry by roseromblon on May 10, 2012

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... walked and stopped to drank waters, crawling,
sweating shirt.But after all i felt so great when i seen the water falls.Now
thinking how to get back again @junction uphill.so easy when you just
think you not tired yet.keep smelling no matter how tired you are..After
all I am felt so happy for almost 5hours walked and proud!! I've
survived Batad /Tappia water falls.For more tips about Batad trek you
can ask me or e mail me:roseromblon@yahoo.com
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