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

    Climbing Mount Mayon on ATV's

    A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on May 14, 2015

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    ... idea what was going on, there was loads of action and omg did Tom Hardy look incredible, wow! The film was actually quite good but I needed to read up on it afterwards. Charlotte wanted to get her hair done.. Everyone here has brown hair so I'm not quite sure how good they will be at bleaching but she went for it anyway. We kept telling the guy what to do and we felt bad but it could have gone so wrong. They wanted to wash her hair first then dye it then wash ...

    The Dark Days

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

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    ... the next morning when we tried to book transport to go north it proved impossible given that it was almost New Year's Eve. Furthermore, all the contact numbers on the various websites were wrong and for that reason Anna took it upon herself to change what little plan we had and head for the South of Luzon. Given that I knew there were tropical storms in the area, I felt somewhat wary of such a plan and felt we would be best served going to a bus terminal in order to ...

    Searching for whale sharks

    A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on May 13, 2014

    5 photos

    ... still able to see the enormous creature between breaths. We swam alongside the giant fish as it wafted along, a "cleaner fish" alongside / beneath it. We also noticed many tiny stinging sensations while in the water, which Abe explained was krill.
    Another two dips into the water yielded further sightings, including one where we ended up in front of the whale shark's huge, gaping mouth as it scoured the ocean for plankton. The huge crowds of snorkellers trying ...

    A wasted journey?

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Feb 02, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... joined the other 20+ boats perusing the bay. The sun soon left us and it became cloudy and overcast- making it even harder to spot these creatures in the water. After nearly two hours complete boredom was starting to sink in. Then our spotter yells shark and the boat races toward it. We all get ready to jump in the water and then nothing. The spotter says it dove down by the time we reached it. Did ...

    Swimming with Whale Sharks!

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

    27 photos

    ... part of the local culture, which we have heard about, but never witnessed — cock fighting. We felt badly turning down this invitation, so agreed to go with our guide to the event. We knew we had arrived by the hundreds of motorcycles and trikes parked on the street, and walked down a short path to find a "ring" surrounded by 300+ people placing their bets on the first matchup. Once again, we were the only westerners there, and drew a lot of ...