Kabayan Hotel Pasay

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


    A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Oct 13, 2013

    9 photos

    ... rebuilt, destroyed again in the #### earthquake, rebuilt, destroyed in the battle of Manila 1945 ...'. Lovely walk but after a while I got pretty exhausted and realised I was using up all my layover in this area so got a tuk tuk out and to some park and then chilled in the MOST CRAZY MASSIVE MALL. The Mall of Asia. The name should give you an idea of its scale ... There was a Barbie world and everything. 5 year old amy is finally satisfied. Philippines ...

    A Tale of Two Malls

    A travel blog entry by bfust on Sep 02, 2013

    4 photos

    ... on. "Too much" I say again, feeling bold. I'll walk, I tell you. I won't be bullied into paying 60% off of street price for this phone case. She keeps staring at me. I say, "400 pesos for both." She says fine, and takes my phone from me and puts the screen protector on.

    Success! I'm a real Rockefeller. My guess is had I stuck to my guns I could have gotten both for 350 or 300 pesos. Baby steps.

    St. Francis ...

    Day 9 - Flippin' Out

    A travel blog entry by benny_d on May 07, 2013

    6 photos

    ... for a bite along the street. The food carts were not what we were expecting. The offerings looked odd and didn't seem like the food handling conditions were something we wanted to trust. We found a little place and ordered pancit, arguably the most notable dish of The Philippines next to adobo. It was a thinner noodles than we had been accustomed to in Hawaii but delicious none-the-less. The meat was light in color, like a pork sausage. ...

    Relaxing at the docs & exploding bus window

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Mar 23, 2013

    1 photo

    ... had shattered, spraying pieces of glass all over the bus and us. The locals seemed to take this as normal and started sweeping it up and patching the window with a cardboard box. It was an unrestful remaining 3 hours, until we arrived into Manila at 4.30am and took a taxi to the airport (only for Tom to have to spend 20 mins walking around to get change for him!). Stayed at Ohayami Trans Night Bus, En-route to Manila [T&J rating ...


    A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Dec 31, 2012

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... formidable array of defensive armament, along with the fortifications across the entrance to Manila Bay, were the remaining obstacle to the 14th Japanese Imperial Army of Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma. The American and Filipino soldiers ...