Jennifer'S Kababayan Hotel

Address: J. Esteves Street, Legaspi, Luzon, 4500, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on J. Esteves Street, Legaspi.
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    Travel Blogs from Legaspi

    Donsol

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Apr 16, 2015

    18 photos

    ... wooden boat with outriggers). On the typical Filipino boat were a crew of two spotters and a captain. Along with the guide, none of them seemed very friendly or welcoming. The whale sharks cruise around the bay of Donsol swallowing down large amounts of plankton to feed their ginormous bodies. Whale sharks, or as the locals call them Butanding, can reach lengths of 12m or more, and weigh more than 20 tonnes. We were joined by a Danish couple (Rudolf and Trine) ...

    The Dark Days

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jan 05, 2015

    10 photos

    ... to strike up a conversation appearing friendly but ultimately trying to deceive. He told us that we needed to get off the bus in a place called Santa Cruz and given that we had no idea where we actually were we trusted his words. The moment we got off the bus we were descended upon by tour operators and hotel owners. Furthermore we were forced into a tricycle which is the Philippines version of the Tuk Tuk and taken further up the road to a place where the bus ...

    Searching for whale sharks

    A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on May 13, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the sharks made for quite a frantic experience, but we were all in high spirits for the journey back to shore.
    Upon returning to the hostel we met an Australian guy called Arthur. He'd been travelling through South America and Asia for about a year, and was spending a few weeks diving in the Philippines before returning to Canberra. We got lunch - sweet and sour pork - at the hostel restaurant, at which point plans to retire to our air-conditioned room were ...

    A wasted journey?

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Feb 02, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... us not even two feet from my face is a 10 meter long whale shark and it's coming by fast. It was one of the scariest and most exhilarating moments of my life. You don't even have time to get your camera ready cause it's gone in a flash. You look down in amazement and at the same time thinking if that thing hit's me with it's tail it could kill me. Then in the blink of an eye it propels itself forward ...

    Swimming with Whale Sharks!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jan 23, 2014

    27 photos

    ... this contraption along the muddy bottom of the bay, picking up whatever is in its path. It is not easy to push (Scot did it for an hour) and the locals typically push it around for 4 to 5 hours each night. A good catch is 1 kg of shrimp, which will sell for about 200 pesos at the market (roughly $4.50), so they are working for $1/hour, on a good night. This helps drive home the economic challenges that face the local people here. They all must work ...