Kabayan Hotel Pasay

Address: 2878 Zamora St., Rotonda Pasay City, Pasay, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2878 Zamora St., Rotonda Pasay City, Pasay, is near University of Santo Tomas, San Agustin Museum, San Sebastian Church, and Avilon Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Pasay

    Getting There

    A travel blog entry by karenfrances on Feb 17, 2015

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... speed through quickly. --- The airplane gods graced upon Josh when he asked and we were granted super sweet aisle rows in the last minute, while everybody else was boarding. We decided to have wild mushrooms and deviled eggs and he also had lots of beer, flirting too close into boarding time. My goodness, all this magnificent legroom made him so happy that he was thinking of buying our whole row some alcohol. That's when I had to apply some brakes. --- Oh! We're two hours left ...


    A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 04, 2014

    10 comments, 5 photos

    ... they are embracing, kissing each other on the neck. Hello sir! You want smoke? Head shake. An older western man frowns, disapproving of the local children running past his table as he eats lunch. Hello sir! You want girl? Head shake. A young man kneels at the pew, hands in prayer. He wipes the sweat and tears from his face with a folded handkerchief. A man holds out a gold medallion in a red cloth, "priceless artefact", he whispers. I shake my head. How can I ...

    Manic Manila

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the same stool.

    I had a nice time by myself browsing around all the stools. At the very end of the market was a big church and they were doing some ritual. The church looked rammed with people. People were all crowed around the entrances and there were hundreds of people out side trying to sell you candles ect.

    After spending a good few hours here I headed back to the hostel passing by the fort and cathedral again to see if it was open. I needed to be ...

    Dream Trip: Part 1

    A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora on Oct 08, 2013

    7 photos

    ... my American students to attempt the language of whatever country you’re visiting. Sadly though, my Tagalog is almost non-existent minus cusswords and proverbial phrases. (However, all Filipinos that have gone through formal education start learning English in elementary school. So nearly everyone knows some English. Official signs are almost always in English, and a lot of media is conducted in Taglish, a mix of Tagalog and English.) But I was determined to break through. After ...

    Back Out And About

    A travel blog entry by bfust on Sep 01, 2013

    20 photos

    ... the trip. The area we were in is referred to as Bay City. 30 years ago it was part of Manila Bay but during the reign of Imelda Marcos the area was reclaimed (filled in to be land) and has since become a major entertainment complex that includes the Mall of Asia, the second largest mall in the Philippines and the 11th largest mall in the world. Much like an awkward teenage dude passing a group of ladies, we didn't actually go in amongst ...