Gingoog Mountain Air Hotel and Restaurant

Address: Dona Graciana Street, Gingoog City, Mindanao, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Dona Graciana Street, Gingoog City.
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      Philippines with Chell - Bohol

      A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Sep 24, 2014

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      Let me take you on a short trip to another island in the Philippines, along with my wife Chell, her mom May, brother Rudolf and his friend Mark.

      Bohol is a province, comprising of 75 islands, and nestled in the central part of Philippines. This group of Islands, is accessible from the nearest airport being in Cebu.

      We had to make an hour of air travel from Davao to Cebu followed by a ferry ride from Cebu to Tagbilaran City, the capital ...

      Bohol

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 19, 2014

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      Finally we are here!!

      We opened our guide book on our way to Bohol and figured: why stay in messy Tagbilaran if we can stay in a little corner of paradise somewhere else? It was a bit of a gamble making our way to Nuts Huts because it requires taking one of the last buses from town and then walking on a dirt road with no light and no grip for 15 minutes. Lonely planet calls it 'a strenuous walk'. We had the bags and it was raining so ...

      Bohol

      A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 19, 2014

      54 photos

      Finally we are here!!
      We opened our guide book on our way to Bohol and figured: why stay in messy Tagbilaran if we can stay in a little corner of paradise somewhere else? It was a bit of a gamble making our way to Nuts Huts because it requires taking one of the last buses from town and then walking on a dirt road with no light and no grip for 15 minutes. Lonely planet calls it 'a strenuous walk'. We had the bags and it was raining so fingers ...

      Southern Leyte Travel Tit Bits

      A travel blog entry by grizzly on Jun 08, 2014

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      ... to Limasawa Island. The boat ride is 45 minutes (50 Pesos) and ends in Triana port. I stayed with Ador, who worked as a carpenter on the Sto Nino project and his family in Lugsongan. We first went to Magallanes, the site of the first Christian Mass on Philippine soil. The site has a shrine and a cross on top of the highest hill on the island which can be reached via its 450 steps. It is quit on the island ...

      The island of Camiguin

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Mar 12, 2014

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      ... d already been up for 7 hours.

      While I napped Ferg went and rented a motorbike, which was great because then he could drive me around the island for three days :D Camiguin is a little island, you can cruise around the whole thing at about 60km/hr in 3 hours? And it’s full of sites- volcanoes, waterfalls, springs, diving/snorkeling, historical sites. Sunday we had a pretty easy day- cruised to a super tall beautiful waterfall, went to the market ...