Jennifer'S Kababayan Hotel

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

Legazpi Trip

A travel blog entry by ruchika18 on Apr 04, 2014

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... with two boat driver and a guide who was a science teacher in the local school. The river was surrounded by mangroves and as our boat was floating us right up to the bushes at occasions it was literally swarming with fireflies.According to our guide The Fireflies are found in warm climate and quite location, the male firefly is brighter than a female firefly which attracts a female towards it. The river was lit by moonlight and countless stars and the ...

Majestic graveyard in the shadow of a monster

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Feb 04, 2014

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As I began another arduous 2 1/2 day journey I needed to transfer to the night bus in Legaspi. Little did I know there was more to this city than the looming Mt Mayon volcano. In Donsol I met another Kristin- that's right spelt just like me!! She continued on to Legaspi with me from Donsol and on the journey told me of the ruins of a church from ...

Swimming with Whale Sharks!

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

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... wind was picking up. We are still experiencing the tail of Tropical Depression Agoton, which is sitting a few hundred miles south of us, and not moving much at all. The storm has already been responsible for over 45 deaths here, and everyone is hoping it moves west and clears out, as opposed to heading north and up to where we are!
The choppy seas and cloudy skies make locating the whale sharks much more difficult, so we prepared ourselves for a nice ...

Whale sharks ahoy

A travel blog entry by wadester on Dec 21, 2013

1 comment, 33 photos

... were that Whale Shark is.

We were very lucky and saw, we think, four different whale sharks. Although the visibility was not great we could still see about 5 metres and as we were so close to them we certainly got a birds eye view. Sean even had one swim right underneath him. No pictures I am afraid as I was afraid I ould drop my camera (and I would never have been able to find it if that happened).

Diving was also on the to do list in Donsol. We found a ...

Mount Mayon - Totally Volcanic

A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 12, 2013

11 photos

... and chat with the manager and we were given a test run to get used to the machines. We went twice around the car park, just getting used to the thumb operated accelerator and the handling. Lucy's ride had a bit of a dodgy looking wheel but we didn't think anything of it and met our guide who would lead us up to the foot of the volcano. Off we went, driving across fields and through streams, stopping every so often to take in the stunning views we surrounded by. You feel so very ...