Kisad Hotel

24 Kisad Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 24 Kisad Road, Baguio.
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    Travel Blogs from Baguio

    First Stop - Baguio

    A travel blog entry by darlingandres on Mar 26, 2014

    5 photos

    ... out where we were on the maps either.

    Our first long walk that we took was to Camp John Hay. We were under the assumption that it was a big tourist spot but there wasn't much to see except for massive hotel/convention halls for corporate gatherings. Interesting part of our day was the long walk. We walked from 1030am till 5pm. We must have walked at least 80% of that time with very little ...

    Baguio, The City of Pines

    A travel blog entry by stu900 on Nov 08, 2013

    27 photos

    ... I was happy to get to know them better and learn more about the city and the people who lived there.

    Next morning I checked out of my hotel but left my bags with reception and took a taxi to the Tamawan Village to the north of the city. Inexpensive to enter, this is a pleasant climb up a fairly steep hillside which incorporates some traditional Tamawan huts. When the ground is wet it can be very slippery and not suitable for children. ...

    TinTin goes bang bang

    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 19, 2012

    1 comment, 1 photo

    The Piet family lives on the easter edge of Baguio in an area called Mines View, a quiet area nestled among the pine trees. John and Kim Piet are American missionaries who have lived in Baguio for about 8 years. John is a pastor, and together they run a small orphanage called Ship. Audrey first met Kim in late 2006 during her initial trip to the Philippines. When we adopted Jess in 2007, we stayed with the Piets during that first week. ...

    Dog soup, Death and the mystery cornetto thief.

    A travel blog entry by gingersontour on Feb 14, 2012

    57 photos

    ... to learn more about the tribal culture and I found the museum to be really good and well worth a visit, It also has a reasonably priced souvenir shop where you can buy handicrafts made by the tribes. Also whilst there i ate a meal of dog meat, It was a spicy dog curry with rice and even came with dog soup, it was ok It tasted different to other meats I have had, The weirdest thing was on the way out there was a dog lay in the doorway was it a pet? or was ...

    Touring Guiding and Happy Return to ENCA Farm

    A travel blog entry by sherrypace on Jul 15, 2011

    4 comments, 71 photos

    ... and seeing through their own eyes why I fell in love with this place.

    We spent two beautiful days at ENCA Farm on Wednesday and Thursday, thankfully the weather cooperated and other then some light afternoon rains it was nearly perfect! Matt and Lindsay have always been huge supporters of ENCA Farm and all my work with the Cosalan Family, but to quote Matt, " ENCA is even more beautiful then Sherry described." Seeing truly is believing, and I am so happy they ...

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