Legazpi Tourist Inn

Address: Corner of Quezon Avenue & Lapu-Lapu Street, Legaspi, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Corner of Quezon Avenue & Lapu-Lapu Street, Legaspi.
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    Travel Blogs from Legaspi

    Disappointment in Donsol

    A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on May 16, 2015

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    ... been out, I don't fancy a dodgy tummy. We got dropped off and had to get a taxi to OMP, we didn't have a room booked but hopefully they had a free one for us. Luckily they did and my UPS parcel had arrived from my mum with my bank cards, yay! We were so hungry so we ordered a pizza and eventually went to sleep about 3:30am.

    Today's Budget - 1,775!

    Hotel - 450
    Minivan to Legaspi - 75
    Bus to Manila - 600
    Food - 200
    Taxi - 200
    Pizza - ...

    Off to Donsol!

    A travel blog entry by martosa on Jan 09, 2015

    13 photos

    ... fins back on, and once again took our places. After jumping in the whale shark appeared to be intruiged with use and stayed close to us for almost a minute which seemed like a very long time and we swam along side him. He then turned toward us and we had to scramble out of the way. We chased after him before he again went deep. We later learned that we were the only boat out of eight boats that morning that saw a whale shark.
    An amazing experience.


    The Dark Days

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jan 05, 2015

    10 photos

    ... nelson submission hold, pushing my elbows down into my back before letting go and quickly cracking my neck from side to side. I was relieved that he was a master of the art for an inch either way and my neck would have been broken. After one hour and a half of torture he finally let me go, a broken man. I entered the shop expecting a foot massage and left having been involved in a WWE Intercontinental title match, which I lost. Suffice to say I didn't hurry back ...

    Swimming with Whale Sharks!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jan 23, 2014

    27 photos

    ... more photos. You need to work pretty hard to swim fast enough to stay with it, so you can't just float blithely along! That is part of the excitement, though, as we swam with this majestic creature, fascinated by its enormous size and docile disposition. After 7 to 10 minutes of absolutely fantastic enjoyment, our whale shark slowly descended below us, and away from our view.
    We all climbed back into the boat full of adrenaline, incredibly excited by ...

    Whale sharks ahoy

    A travel blog entry by wadester on Dec 21, 2013

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... Giddy’s Place (Padi certified). The guys were excellent and took Sean through a very thorough refresher. The dive sites are a fair journey from the main land but in good weather it takes about 1.5 hour to get to Ticao Island. In bad weather i.e. when we were coming back it is not so pleasant, think more perfect storm than mellow sunny afternoon! However the diving was very beautiful. So many soft corals, manta shrimps, ribbon eels, nudi’s….and on and on.....