Blue Mountain Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Mountain Hotel Baguio
Clean, hot shower and good staff. It was a little ways out of town, which was both good (for the noise) and bad (had to take taxis)
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The flight from Puerto Princesa to Manila was uneventful, and to keep my day that way I took a pre-pay ticket taxi from the airport to the bus station and headed up island to Baguio, the gateway to the Cordillera, the mountainous region in Central Luzon.
I'd read online that the bus would take 6 hours but of course it took 8, so when I …
... the storm as it made landfall early on Friday morning.
After breakfast I headed out on foot down South Drive to Upper Session Road and into session road proper. Halfway down the road on the right you will find Igorot Stairs. Life sized figures of native people from the Cordillera Mountain region reside on the stairs showing traditional dress and depicting the lifestyle of Baguio's original inhabitants. Session Road is the main street of ...
... worked there it was very special for them to see how he had grown up. We certainly were the centre of attention for a while. After taking pictures and saying goodbye, we left. On the way back we stopped to see the strawberry fields and buy some strawberries, then we headed back. That afternoon we just hung out because it was pouring rain and we had nothing else to do. In ...
... what you would call an avid camper. I'll go camping where there's at least a pit toilet, but if I have to camp I prefer flush toilets and running water. And, bugs are most certainly not my thing, especially bugs of the cockroach variety. So, now that we're all on the same page it is with great pleasure and pain that I tell you about the cockroach crawling up my ass.
It was our second day at ENCA and Matt, Sherry and I were out for a ...
So last Friday, Laura, Joe, and I headed out to Chinatown for a visit. The Chinatown in Manila is the largest one in the world, and we had a delicious noodle lunch. At one time, almost all of Manila was wooden house and buildings with mother of pearl windows. Most of these buildings were destroyed during World War II and were replaced with concrete buildings. However, some still exist in the ...