Caylabne Bay Resort

Caylabne Bay, Ternate, Cavite, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cavite

Chainsaw Massacre in Manila

A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs

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... many ways you can kill someone with the eponymous implement (great word that - eponymous) - but I still left feeling unsatisfied.

We flew out of Manila on 30 June, at 10.50pm, to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. EOFY! (I am excited about doing my tax return.)

That was 2 days of Manila. Now you know three more unsavoury things about me: I wee'ed in the ocean (just one time), I am an environmental vandal, and I am excited about doing my tax. ...

Day 2 6th January 2013

A travel blog entry by leigh3001

... amp; 2. They were sat on the floor with no parents. Clearly had no home. The little one of the two was crying out. When we returned, the child was sleeping face down on the floor. The little boy was still as by the side un moved. This was so hard to see. After this we visited a couple of parks, Razel Park Fort & Santiago. The first was absolutely packed. Full of families, homeless children, street sellers. ...

Traffic cops in Manila

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily

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... are everywhere. Streets congested. Schools overpopulated. Cities overcrowded. Buildings are old and neglected. Too many people, too little infrastructure. The country's population is exploding- growing by 3 million people per year! 3 million more than last year, 30 million more than a decade ago. Kids are everywhere, wandering around the crowded streets. You see very young mothers carry their babies everywhere. The cycle of poverty continues. Birth ...

MANILA, COUSIN TO BANGKOK: A TALE OF TWO CITIES

A travel blog entry by hardiek

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... br> Here the difference is that they maintain their separateness from the local population, something not the case in Thailand, where after a generation or two, they’ve somehow “become Thai, so that’s okay,” and Chinatowns as such don’t really exist. Sure, they’ll take you to Yaowarat Road in Bangkok, but if there’s a “friendship arch” by now and epicanthic roof line eye-folds, ...

First full day in the Philippines

A travel blog entry by paulgee

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... me. It is often noted how men are cared for by their Filipina gf's and wives. How lucky we are - and let us not forget it!

We walked down the street to the market after breakfast. It was a hot, sunny day - and Shirley was underneath her umbrella! It was a common sight, lighter coloured Filipinas staying out of the sun to avoid getting a suntan, quite the reverse to England. The sights and sounds of
everyday people and life are what I had ...

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This hotel, located on Caylabne Bay, Ternate, Cavite, is near Sonya's Garden.
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