Churyaa Hotel

Address: Poblacion, Mountain Province, Bontoc, Southern Leyte, Leyte, Visayas, 2616, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Poblacion, Mountain Province, Bontoc.
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Travel Blogs from Bontoc


A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Apr 09, 2015

8 photos

'Bontoc' is normally just a transit point for most backpackers, but we'd done some research and found out about some hidden rice terraces, in nearby 'Maligcong'. Amelia and I arrived in Bontoc after taking another risky rooftop ride, on a Jeepney from Sagada. I can understand why people don't want to hang around in Bontoc, it is a very ugly city. Most of the buildings around are just bare grey concrete, or breeze block structures. And most of the accommodation is very poor ...

Whale Sharks and Other Tails!

A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Apr 28, 2013

2 comments, 22 photos

... in the main house and we were shown a selection of rooms and given the choice of which one we wanted! They were all beautiful and traditional cabins made from wood and nipa looking out over the sea and the small stretch of beach in front of the resort, so we just opted for the one on the end with a small private veranda. So quiet and so beautiful, we settled in and watched the birthday party continue before some late lunch and a relax by the beach. Straight away we knew this was ...

History, Houses, Dumpsites to Blue Starfish

A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu on May 26, 2012

22 photos

... last week and rode quite comfortably in hindsight. This weekend, a very different story. Keeping to true Filipino transportation style, I'm pretty sure there was about 20 people and all our bags per van this time. The most hot, sticky, smelly, uncomfortable, loud trip of my life. And, I'm car sick. Perfect.

We couldn't have gotten to Matum quick enough. We took another boat ride to the island to set up for an overnight stay. When we arrived it appears that this is ...

Pit stop

A travel blog entry by hawkjoy on May 21, 2012

... on the side of the road changing the front brake pads. They had the van jacked up with all 7 Americans inside. He came around to my side of the van at one point. He told me to move my legs so he could get something. Apparently the best place to store new brake pads is under the floor mates of the front seat. Things work a lot different around here.

Dental exams, Maternity Wards and Medical School

A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu on May 14, 2012

2 comments, 12 photos

... us help hand her instruments and hold the patient as she pryed teeth from their mouths. It's amazing that they barely flinch when a tooth is being extracted. All these experiences just remind me of how fortunate we are for pain management and the lack of tolerance we have in America. We also saw a young girl receive a filling for a cavity. The dentist literally mixed a compound of the materials used for a filling on a post-it note on her desk. The boxes ...