Hotel 878 Libis
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A lot of people go to other countries to see the other side of the world. You don't need to spend a lot of money and go far away. You may enjoy the abundant blessing of nature a few kilometers away from home.You don't need to go far to see a beautiful landscapes. Philippines is blessed with beautiful nature. One of the best places to visit is Subic. On the way there, you can see ...
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A recovery weekend in Manila, then the
weekend excursion planning began again. Maddie and I booked flights to
Legaspi (famous for Mt Mayon volcano). Unfortunately the weather gods had
other plans for us and as the typhoon took over, we found ourselves stranded at
the airport. Option 1: Re-book for another week Option 2: YOLO (you only
live once)- pick a destination flying in the next ...
... rustiest most rickety hanging bridge I've ever seen and we were at the bottom of the valley, with only 30 or so stairs to climb before getting back to the road where our transport was parked. These stairs of course, even at this lower altitude, nearly killed us! I'm blaming the three hours of hiking previously but they were not an easy feat to get up. Nevertheless we achieved our small climb and were back on the tricycles just in time before the rain came belting down, ...
... on a weekend to Banaue and Sagada. Now, I admit that I am not the best travel companion...sit me in any moving vehicle and i'll be asleep within 10mins. Well, with Maddie I have met my match. At 10pm we boarded our 11hour bus to Banaue, home of the world heritage Ifugao rice terraces. As we boarded we popped a restavit sleeping pill...boom, 11 hours later we both came too as the bus pulls into Banaue township. Fresh as a daisy!! 2 hours round ...
... cup of tea. When we did eventually get our key, we were shocked to discover the room was utterly tiny, it was barely bigger than the small double bed. Later that day we headed back to the park to watch the regular weekly concert, which turned out to be a local band singing a mix of their own and popular Western tunes. On the way back, we stopped in a fast food restaurant called Chow King and enjoyed some cheap soups and a small meal.
The following day we woke to the sound of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility