La Maja Rica Hotel & Restaurant

Mac Arthur Highway Corner Ligtasan Street, Tarlac, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mac Arthur Highway Corner Ligtasan Street, Tarlac.
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    Travel Blogs from Tarlac

    At Historic Camp Gen. Servillano Aquino

    A travel blog entry by jvaswani on Dec 17, 2013

    13 photos

    ... an assortment of armaments, firearms and ammunitions which are put on display for public viewing.

    And also Camp Gen. Servillano boast an hectares of nice gardens and park where you can see also the historical trees that was planted by the former president of U.S, Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower during 1939 when he was still a Military guy under General Douglas Macarthur ...

    Unwinding at Hacienda Luisita, North of Manila

    A travel blog entry by jvaswani on Dec 17, 2013

    42 photos

    ... inside Hacienda Luisita also,the next day i woke up early about 5:30 am to do my Jogging routine as well to feel the natural breeze of dawn in a hacienda.

    One of my Favorite spot that i love within the hacienda is the display of ...

    A Home and a Job?...What Have I Become?

    A travel blog entry by kimthevagabond on Jun 16, 2011

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... and the poor has been access to higher education. With education comes better work opportunities, more economic stability, and a greater well-being for future generations. But even though there are many intelligent, disadvantaged students who would want a loan to pay for vocational or college education, until now the majority of banks and large financial institutions have considered poor students to be too high of a credit risk. There are ...


    A travel blog entry by jencinitas on Mar 18, 2011

    34 photos

    ... in your pocket. Emptied our pockets we did.

    We arrived in Munoz at midnight to the oldest part of town where homes of Bravos and Carbonels once lined the street. The light green painted (the first painted house in town 60 years ago) two-story with wood floors where my mom was raised, was replaced by a larger, blue cement home with window, tiles—and, thankfully, air conditioning. We quickly fell asleep. The sounds of the provincial farm ...

    Filipino Familiarity

    A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Oct 21, 2010

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... hand ready to be sucked, I looked up at the entire room full of women staring at me, giggling of course. With these odd delicacies I have been eating, the only thing that makes me think twice is the universal look on the faces around me like something hilarious is about to happen. I hold up my little egg shaped cup and I toss back a shot. Hmmm, tastes like chicken—chicken soup that is. The rest was somewhat more difficult to eat. Not that it tasted bad; it tasted just like ...