Hotel Veniz

Address: One Abanao St., Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on One Abanao St., Baguio.
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    Travel Blogs from Baguio

    Philippines, surfing and finding whale sharks

    A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Jan 07, 2014

    28 photos

    ... divers while free diving to 30 metres became a favourite activity. The reef at Bohol is very healthy and colorful hosting a variety of
    marine life. Being only us and the manager at our beautiful (slightly dilapidated) resort was great until after we left the island we realized someone stole a lot of money out of Alya’s bag in our room while we were diving. From Bohol we headed for Legazpi to search for whale sharks at Donsol. We did a couple of dives from Donsol, but ...

    Bus ride to Baguio

    A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley on Jul 23, 2012

    I started early to visit a waterfall on the way to Sagada Weaving. Then head out to the Sagada Weaving where one can see how the locals weave and saw various fabric materials.

    We took the bus to Baguio at 10am. We got to Baguio around 7pm. The bus ride was very long but scenic.

    We first head out ...

    *Panagbenga Festival

    A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Feb 25, 2012

    96 photos

    ... But then, whatever the reason is, hindi kami magpapapigil sa pag punta roon, tutuloy parin kami.

    Medyo nahirapan lang kaming bumili ng ticket sa bus dahil nga may okasyon sa Baguio ngayon, -Panagbenga festival (flower festival). Dito ay makakakita ka ng mga floats na punong-puno ng mga desenyong bulaklak at karamihan sa mga iyon ay may mga ...

    A Filipino Wake: Cultural Differences in Grief

    A travel blog entry by sherrypace on Jul 31, 2011

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... at the deep generosity of the Filipino people, each day as people came and went from Lola’s house donations where made to help with the cost of the week long feeding of people and cost of services. Those that could not give money came with arms filled with vegetables and even donated pigs to be butchered and shared with the crowds. It is an expensive process both at home and here to host a wake and service and the community spirit of sharing these costs is truly amazing ...

    Typhoon Megi

    A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Oct 23, 2010

    1 comment, 46 photos

    ... evening we decided to go into town and buy things for dinner. As soon as we left the house the rain began. This was some of the heaviest rain that we had experienced since being here. It was deafening when it hit our tin roof and we had to raise our voices to hear each other. Shortly after that the power went out. It rained heavily for two days straight. The power was out for 50 ...