Baguio Holiday Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsBaguio Holiday Villas
admiration of nature and its amazing weather , Baguio Mountain Leon
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July 13 to July 16, reaching Cordillera-Baguio City, the city is a bit cooler with incredible trees and an extraordinary jungle. Has a famous sculpture, called '' Leon Baguio, '' located in Baguio City, a place with tourism and wet weather, temperature 20 degrees, especially to spend 3 incredible days climbing the mountain of Leon of Baguio and admiring her beautiful nature and tranquility.
... to my friends building), fancy malls, and western restaurants such as TGI Fridays and California Pizza Kitchen. While this is not the Philippines I have grown to know and love it is indeed one way of life here that many people do live.
Two days in Manila is about all I can handle and I was anxious to head north and get back to ENCA Farm. I spent the last few days there sleeping off my remaining jetlag and enjoying all the peacefulness ENCA ...
... The towns people were also relatively friendly when we walked around town. The only drawback was that when we asked for a map of the town so we can explore we got the run around. Also aside from seeing the mummy tombs there was nothing else that the town had to offer.
On our first night we made the mistake of leaving our windows open while we went out to eat and when we arrived back our rooms were full of flying termites. Pain ...
... get a taxi, so I go for a walk and explore the area around the mall. I visit a Catholic Church then hail a cab.
The museum is quite a distance away so I'm glad I didn’t walk. The museum contained various works of art and history from various artists. They ranged from wooden and rock sculptures, oil and water colour paintings, hand coloured photographs, and even a large garden and pond at the back of ...
... hikes in and enjoy the peaceful mountain views of Sagada.
As always it is a joy to be back in my second home and spend time with the cousins laughing and drinking San Miguel, visiting with Lola Carmen, and continue to work with the family to vision and make improvements to ENCA Farm. Thank you all for your support of ENCA Farm’s efforts and following along for my ever short but fantastic return to the Philippines.
Sending love to you all,