Hotel Gracelane

San Agustin, San Fernando Pampanga, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Fernando Pampanga

Rice terraces of Banaue

A travel blog entry by perkins2013


... a fast flowing slalom of intensely cold water that, if you lifted your feet up, would take you downstream in the blink of an eye. Mind you it was heaven! Such a refreshing dip to wash off the sweat and heat from our bodies and in such an idyllic location with the forest above us and the rice terraces sweeping away in the distance. It was a little too cold after a while and so the next stage was to jump into the small sulphur spring that sat beside the river. In we went, into ...

How Do They Do That? - "Rice"

A travel blog entry by robandnorma


... with enough daylight to actually see, we headed on a walk to try and find a McDonalds. Yes, we have finally done it; we ate at McDonalds. We are ashamed, but our Sausage& Egg McMuffins were oh so good. To be fair, McDonalds is probably as much a staple of Philipino food as the more traditional foods like Chicken Adobo!

We then hopped in a taxi up to Rizal Park, where we spent some time walking around, watching the morning exercise groups of hundreds of people and also ...

To see the world in a grain of... rice

A travel blog entry by feliciawong


... of the terraces: families would rear fish in the terraces so they would have rice AND fish to harvest; the waterlogged terraces also contain lots of mussels, snails and small shellfish (see photos), which make for good eating after boiling them with "ginger, garlic and onions". Who would've thought to find mollusks here in the highlands?

After about an hour of walking, we soon found ourselves by the river. Beside it was a small, steaming, sulfurous pool. "Hot ...

AWCP Rice Terraces Tour

A travel blog entry by rjdemp


... Joseph’s after dropping Flora in town to do some shopping. Shopping is Flora’s favorite activity. Dinner was reserved at the Log Cabin for the Saturday night buffet prepared by a French chef who came to Sagada to visit and never left. The menu is created from whatever is available at the morning markets. Excellent. There was a fire pit outside the restaurant where we lingered for hours after dinner with beer ...

Two fully days of trekking, ricefields and fun

A travel blog entry by vinkor


... interrupted for various floor work, there were several landslides and often very muddy.
We went down a long path, encountering a lot of Koreans who were climbing.
After an hour of descent we reached the edge of a valley that the locals call an amphitheater that is surrounded by mountains and has a wall with the green of rice paddies and at the bottom an ancient village and several houses on the ridge above, immersed in green ...


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