Kisad Hotel

24 Kisad Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Baguio

Weaving looms and fake RayBans

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily


... weeks. We spend the rest of the day getting ready for the next stage of our trip. Laundry, repacking and organizing food. We are heading to the island of Palawan for a week at an isolated beach, with no access to stores. Even during the last few days here, it has been much more difficult than expected to find gluten free food for Ava and Lukas. Even brands that are okay in North America are suspect here. We really need to plan ahead for the next 7 days. ...

Camp John Hay

A travel blog entry by donniedorky


A visit in Camp John Hay in Baguio means walking up and down pine tree- studded slopes. The place is very clean that complements the forest atmosphere.

There is an area here for fastfood and shopping imported goods. Prices are quite expensive but you'll enjoy the ambiance.

You can also opt to have a picnic on its wide terrain or the side of the hill where ...

Dog soup, Death and the mystery cornetto thief.

A travel blog entry by gingersontour


... I had to shower watching king Kong's finger bobbing up and down below me.

That night I found a place called the log cabin to get dinner It was a cool place with a lot of charm and a huge log fireplace. I sat down alone but I wasn't for long a guy came over and sat on my table opposite me he was obviously gay but was a decent guy and I was chatting with him about places in the Philippines when the Waiter (also obviously gay) came over put a candle down ...

Thai vs. Phili

A travel blog entry by zoeraissakis

... there are buses in the Philippines but you can't just book a super convenient Deluxe Aircon Overnight bus at your hostel. No pickup-service picks you up at 4am and takes you to the airport or drops you right in front of your intended destination. Figuring out when buses go is a different level due to the fact that timetable do not exist. You either flag down a bus on the street or find the ...

Mayon Philippines 2007

A travel blog entry by mulqueen


... cinema in Bkk – to see ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ – and discovering that I no longer needed to don spectacles. My long sight has improved with age.

- Eating the delicious food in Georgetown, Penang.

- Pub quizzes in Bangkok We won 2 out of 3.

- Experiencing the night sleeper trains from KL to Butterworth and from Hat Yai to Bangkok. Both trains were very cheap and comfortable.

Now I have ...


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