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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          Travel Blogs from Bacolod

          Sugar and Smiles

          A travel blog entry by davemyers on Apr 20, 2014

          2 comments, 12 photos

          ... of the church in the Philippines is bright. The Siopan's have four children who each are married and have two children. So the Siopan's are surrounded by their grandchildren. One of Mr. Siopan's sons, Noel, picked our entourage up at the airport. We packed and piled all seven travelers plus Noel into the SUV with our luggage for the trip into Bacolod City. We traveled on a new highway that has been recently completed from the airport to the city. Our first ...


          A travel blog entry by imcandry on Jan 04, 2014

          15 comments, 5 photos

          ... to go through when negotiating the streets of Manila. We were in his cab for about 25 minutes, the cost was 175 Pesos (about $4). Ridiculous!! It also provided us an opportunity to see some of the different housing-types that people live in - from high end high rise condos, to shanty towns.

          There also appear to be no rules of the road, or at least if there are, the drivers don't follow them. It's every vehicle for himself - the pushiest gets ...

          Fruity Little Bats

          A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on May 18, 2013

          9 photos

          ... of bats below. The waterfalls had 7 stages, each further and further up the steps although none of which you could swim in until the very last stage. The falls were very beautiful but slightly marred by the fact that they were fenced off and a real climb to get up to. We had to give up after the 4th stage as we were just shattered and hot and without being able to swim it was just too exhausting! Our guide of course does this 10-15 times a day so I felt a little rubbish! So ...

          Tiers, terraces and tinsel

          A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Dec 30, 2011

          ... it was impossible not to gasp at the sheer beauty of it all, altho’ we were similarly surprised and bowled over by our arrival in Sagada – it was beautiful: the air was clear, the sky strikingly blue and the sun poured down everywhere. Sagada looked bright, cheerful and very clean – not qualities you would normally attribute to Banaue.

          Just outside of Sagada are some grey pinnacle-like high craggy rocks, located among ...


          A travel blog entry by rubay_adventure on Jan 08, 2011

          26 photos

          ... Medellin, we rode in a private service cared of my friend Brooke. I felt so much excitement, wondering what the place looks like. Because Brooke has been telling such beautiful words about the place that gets my curiosity more higher! LOL!! After a 2 hours of traveling, we arrived at Brooke's grandmother's house! We were greeted by her mother and some relatives. I always thank this family for giving me always a ...