Citylight Hotel

245 Upper General Luna Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
Prices starting from $58.00
 

Travel Blogs from Baguio

Philippines, surfing and finding whale sharks

A travel blog entry by campbell-louw

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... El nido, planning to take a boat from here to Coron to dive the world famous wrecks and the 39C water in Barracuda Lake. Unfortunately there was no ferry going to Coron and all the local boats were full, we decided to stay in El Nido before going to Cebu. El Nido was really nice; we explored the area by motorbike, finding some beautiful beaches. Another highlight was renting a kayak for a day and exploring close by islands, being the only people on some of the amazing beaches we ...

Mt Pulag and Baguio City

A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18

11

... so the park is extra clean. We see another Rizal monument, a Lapu-Lapu statue and a paddle boat pond. Walking from the park to the night market, I was solicited by two separate individuals for a "massage". They were guys so I didn't know who was giving the massages but I decline both times.

We end up walking to a night market where there are the typical ...

Kalesas and pottery

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily

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... Antique shops and small boutiques occupy the centuries old structures. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the cobblestone street, only kalesas (horse drawn carriages), which contribute greatly to the atmosphere. Trying to escape the heat, we make our way over to the local market, and find the folks there clearly not used to seeing westerners. Wherever we walk (mostly in single file due to the crowds and the narrow corridors), eyes are on us. ...

Summer City

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins

... can afford just to waste days because of our stupidity.

After the cafe we ate at McDonalds which has a 40p (pound) saver menu which I made use of. Philippines doe have it's own food but we know so little about it and the opportunity has yet to arise to eat it properly. Back in Malaysia I wrote how we ate at a Philippines food stand and I mused that I doubted Filipino food was steaks and rice, it seems I was wrong, alot of it does seem to be that sort of thing.
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A Filipino Wake: Cultural Differences in Grief

A travel blog entry by sherrypace

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Uncle Cesar's service and burial was on Saturday, while most of the Catholic Ritual of it was not appealing to me and seems so disconnected from actually honoring the loved one that has passed, at the end of the service some of the siblings and cousins got up and spoke which was quite touching. There was not a dry eye in the house after these deeply heartfelt stories and expressions of love and raw emotion.

I sat and talked with Lola for a while on Saturday ...

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