Four Seasons Hometel

Address: 111-B Scout Lozano Street, Quezon City, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 111-B Scout Lozano Street, Quezon City, is near University of the Philippines.
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Travel Blogs from Quezon City

Essential Ingredient To Promote Skin Whitening

A travel blog entry by bekasjerawat on Feb 27, 2015

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... will be to search for and buy an entire body whitening package. Most of the time, it is advisable to purchase skin whitening products in packages. The issue with purchasing them one by one is it is terribly bothersome and worse is that you aren't certain whether the items you purchase is compatible or do not possess any negative reactions and side effects. Purchasing a set is sensible since all the goods are under the same brand and ...

Baguio City Adventures

A travel blog entry by ranaynehro on Oct 04, 2014

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... in Baguio or Benguet. They also do not sell food and delicacies in this area.

I did not find this place interesting because I am not into things that are related to politics and history. But I would recommend this to people who are into politics and history. To the tourists from other countries might also enjoy this because of they would get to know more about ...

Indian Beauty Secrets

A travel blog entry by ionatrujillo on Jun 05, 2014

... of time you should definitely see results. For one or a few breakouts, use twice a day. You will not need much, as everyone wants to practice English on you anyway. You should not let the clay dry in your hair. Sebum produced by sebaceous glands in the hair follicles are beneficial as it keeps the hair healthy. There are several ways to keep your skin healthy and younger looking.Black colored eyeliners give your eyes a very dark and heavy look. In case you want to go ...

Philippines- Discovering one's heritage

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on May 02, 2014

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... We were all in the taxi just hoping and praying we would get there safely. Thankfully we made it alive. While driving, it was pretty shocking to see how the people are living. Many houses are shacks and it was obvious that many were living off very little. That night we went to a little local restaurant and had chicken adobo. So yummy and only 100 pesos so $2.50. The next morning we woke up early to swim with the whale sharks, the biggest fish in the sea. It costed 1,000 pesos ...

First two days in Manila

A travel blog entry by kyley on Jan 21, 2014

... quiet) cobblestone streets.
The old fort is surrounded by a golf course which is a pretty ridiculous site.
I walked around on my own for maybe two hours? Then walked back to the hostel, where I met my new dutch friend Jantine for dinner.
We went for Japanese, where I had noddles and vegetables (which has become a common meal for me in the Philippines)

Day 2 Jantine and I ...

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