Java Hotel

Address: Bgy.# 55-B Salet, Laoag, Luzon, 2900, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Bgy.# 55-B Salet, Laoag.
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    Travel Blogs from Laoag

    Surfing in pagudpud? Why not

    A travel blog entry by travelori on May 06, 2015

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    At first I thought Pagudpud is  solely for beach bumming. Little did I know that on the other side of Pagudpud lies Blue lagoon, a stark contrast of what Saud is.  If you are the sluggish or slacken type who just wish to have some me time and laze on the sand then you are more a Saud person. However if you love to stretch out every muscles in your body and you love the crowd then you  are better off with Blue lagoon. I love the stillness ...

    Saud beach

    A travel blog entry by travelori on May 05, 2015

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    ... bus the best option would be to go directly to your resort then hire a tricycle to tour you on the mentioned sights plus other unremarkable places they will be prodding you to visit. Tricycle hire is P300. It was midnoon when we arrived at Kapurpurawan rock, not the best time with the sweltering heat. We didnt reach the site as the sun is slowly melting us like a butter but we did manage to have a glimpse of the rock formations. If you dont want to miss photo ops ...

    Of dunes and museums

    A travel blog entry by travelori on May 03, 2015

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    ... pig ears and cheeks mixed with vinegar <i><b>Baradibud</b>&l t;/i>- vegetable stew <b><i>Inabraw</i>< /b>- vegetables cooked in a fish stock <b><i>Igado</i></b >- pork meat and  liver  sauteed in soy sauce and vinegar mixed with potatos,peas and carrots. <u><b>  Restaurants to try:</b></u> <b><i>Saramsam Cafe</i></b>- the restaurant of Balay ...

    Je Suis Charlie

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jan 09, 2015

    ... for the first time. Proper waves too, surfer waves. For 4 days we've sat on the golden white sands (yes they were) of a kilometer long bay flanked by an amount of wind farms that puts the UK's feeble efforts to shame, watching the most tranquil of seas. And occasionally jumping in. The sea, despite its South Chinaness, refused to warm up. Which must be due to the isolated nature of the Philippines. It did, however, share that remarkable, beautiful ...

    Shady, or not?

    A travel blog entry by feliciawong on Nov 18, 2012

    ... and we arrived 20 minutes "ahead of schedule". Deceptive, if you ask me, since it seems like they're generously padding their flight durations so they can achieve a better on-time record.

    Either way, I'm not complaining. Uneventful flights are the best kind. And with NINE flights that Rob and I are taking throughout this trip (LAX-ICN-SIN SIN-MNL MNL-LAO MNL-PPS PPS-MNL MNL-SIN SIN-ICN-LAX: huge carbon footprint, I know...), we certainly hope ...