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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    Travel Blogs from Tarlac

    At Historic Camp Gen. Servillano Aquino

    A travel blog entry by jvaswani on Dec 17, 2013

    13 photos

    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

    42 photos

    ... 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.

    I stayed at Microtel ...

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

    A travel blog entry by kimthevagabond on Jun 16, 2011

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... opportunities to millions of students.

    A couple of quick facts about Vittana:

    • Vittana has a loan repayment rate of 97%.
    • If you make a loan, 100% of your loan goes to the student (i.e. none of it goes towards administrative costs).
    • You get paid back with every loan payment the student makes (i.e. you don’t have to wait until their entire loan is paid off). So if you gave 10% of the student’s total loan (i.e. ...


    A travel blog entry by jencinitas on Mar 18, 2011

    34 photos

    ... by putting her feet into a pillowcase, tying the open ends in a knot at her waist and floating in the waterways irrigating the rice fields. At one point my grandmother sent her to Manila to live with her sister and attend private Catholic school to be refined. She loved patting the lump of sleeping baby butts that dropped from the swaying hammock so she could waken and play with her nieces and nephews. She was one of 5 girls in kindergarten with ...

    Filipino Familiarity

    A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Oct 21, 2010

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... egg. It was more a texture thing. Feathers have never been a big part of my diet and now I know why. There’s a lot going on inside an incubating egg and all of that in my mouth is just not my idea of good eatin’. At least now I know that I prefer my balut unfertilized, scrambled, and covered in red chile or fully incubated, raised until fat and happy, and served peking style.

    The weekend’s arrival allowed a trip for the three of us to the ...