Bacolod Pension Plaza

Address: Cuadra St., Bacolod, Negros, Visayas, 6100, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cuadra St., Bacolod.
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      A Deeper Look at Bacolod

      A travel blog entry by blanford on Jun 03, 2014

      Before going back to our work site, we took a trip to a preschool run by ICM. It is called a Jumpstart school, a preschool for children where the costs are covered by ICM as well as a meal each day, uniforms and school supplies. Even public schools are not free in the Philippines. Though it would be a nominal fee to us, many families cannot afford the fee and therefore cannot send their children to school. Since we arrived the ...

      Southbound through Iloilo to Bacolod

      A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jan 11, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the port area sporting our large back packs. We had not gone far when a car pulled up and a women rolled the window down on the passenger side and asked us where we were bound. A brief conversation took place, as the line up of taxis behind her car began to honk in unison. However, the smartly dressed woman did not seem to get bothered at all. She told the driver to pull over and instructed us to put our bags in the trunk. Once inside, she introduced ...

      Eating Well in Bacolod

      A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 28, 2012

      11 photos

      ... be my early signs of dementia - the minute I sat down, I proceeded to order steamed oysters and crab meat hotplate, completely forgotten about the reason I came to Manokan Country. I only came to my realisation after I stepped out of the resto, happy in my belly.

      Lively Nightlife
      The central market came alive after dark with the streets lined with seafood stalls and dotted with bright light bulbs. It looked like all the aunties of Bacolod ...

      Tiers, terraces and tinsel

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Dec 30, 2011

      ... green hills and mountains.

      Just like the trip to Sagada, this was another journey with a difference with many unmade sections of muddy road skirting the edge of mountains that dropped away immediately below. It definitely paid not to look down at times, as the minibus challenged the ruts of mud below the wheels but, thankfully, the sun shone and the rain and clouds stayed away. We also had a brief ‘comfort stop’, but this was quite ...


      A travel blog entry by rubay_adventure on Feb 05, 2011

      18 photos

      ... time, took the chance to go up and down on the very hilly resort. Breath-catching indeed! The resort has their scary, challenging hanging bridge that I, keeps on walking on it back and forth! Just to conquer my fear with heights! They have a zip line but just very short, and we felt that it is unsafe for us! They have their swimming pool as well! But, the water is soooooooooo cold that our body ...