Asiaten Hotel

Address: 18 Don Gregorio Avenue, Tarlac, Luzon, 2300, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 18 Don Gregorio Avenue, Tarlac.
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      At Historic Camp Gen. Servillano Aquino

      A travel blog entry by jvaswani on Dec 17, 2013

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      Military camps are not usually popular form of tourism and open for leisure among public in the Philippines but because i am going to Hacienda Luisita ( Another Entry of mine) a much known leisure spot area north of Manila i considered to try at least to visit a nearest military camp that is the Camp Gen. Servillano Villanueva within the Tarlac Province and besides i am a fan of relic ...

      Unwinding at Hacienda Luisita, North of Manila

      A travel blog entry by jvaswani on Dec 17, 2013

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      ... inside - the Robinson's mall and also a Golf course,the establishments here inside the Hacienda Luisita maintains a old Hacienda ambiance which i really love to stroll.

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      A Home and a Job?...What Have I Become?

      A travel blog entry by kimthevagabond on Jun 16, 2011

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... back to that attitude! :)

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      A travel blog entry by jencinitas on Mar 18, 2011

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      ... in your pocket. Emptied our pockets we did.

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      Filipino Familiarity

      A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Oct 21, 2010

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... 8217;s work. The local nurses were told about my desire to try some balut so they were quick to buy an entire bowl full and await my arrival. In college, a great friend of mine named Archie told me about this odd, Filipino delicacy called balut, explaining that it’s essentially a fertilized, partially incubated duck egg. So for more than a decade I’ve been anxiously waiting for the opportunity. First the shell is cracked and the juice is drunk from the egg. With my ...