Caylabne Bay Resort

Caylabne Bay, Ternate, Cavite, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Caylabne Bay, Ternate, Cavite, is near Sonya's Garden.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Caylabne Bay Resort Cavite

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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    Enveloped By Manila

    A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Feb 21, 2014

    5 photos

    ... might have been the chance to window-shop in the largest collection of shops I've ever seen), but we didn't want to leave. We ate our fill at a barbecue place and explored for a couple of hours; if we hadn't left all of our stuff at the hostel, we might have tried to sleep there. We could have spent the night minigolfing, bedded down in a massage chair, and woken up with a selection of cakes and doughnuts from any of the 28 or so bakeries. As it was, we made our way (at ...

    Definitely one of the best hotels!

    A travel blog entry by chloecuizon on Sep 25, 2013

    ... There’s hot water
    too and a shower. Free breakfast is even included. The room could have been a
    bit bigger but I wasn’t bothered by it. It was enough to move around and no
    feel cramped in. And it added to a feeling of coziness in the room. By the way,
    the first room I was given had no windows, so I had to request to be
    transferred to another room and ...

    Day 10 - Manila Shake

    A travel blog entry by benny_d on May 08, 2013

    11 photos

    ... across the aisle. She gave me a strange look as she handed the person between her and the driver an unknown peso bill. I snapped the pic and wondered if we already needed to pay. I was right about to ask her when coins were dropped in her hand going the opposite direction. She handed them back, making their way to the person hopping off the slowed down "bus." That settled that; I will never forget her absolutely lost-yet-going-with-it ...

    Manila: The Old, the New and the Historical

    A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Dec 30, 2012

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... Pacific, China, India and Burma. On rectangular Trani limestone piers within the hemicycles are inscribed the names of 36,282 of the Missing who gave their lives in the service of America and who rest in unknown graves. Carved in the floors are the seals of the American states ...

    Manila never sleeps - it drives!!!!

    A travel blog entry by elaqid on Apr 22, 2012

    2 photos

    ... where the hotel was and battled traffic to get us there in what I can only assume is record time based on the traffic I saw.

    Speaking of traffic, we arrived today Sunday and it was crazy, crazy, crazy. I don't believe it ever stopped during the night as I could hear the horns honking, engines revving at 2am, 3am. Does no one sleep in Manila? Is there always tons of people driving? ...