Mango Valley Hotel

Lot 7A / 7B Boton Lights & Science Park, Subic, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lot 7A / 7B Boton Lights & Science Park, Subic.
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Travel Blogs from Subic

What an ugly town.

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Jan 14, 2014

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Took a jeepney from the town square to Bontoc at 7:30am for 45 pesos (took 45 minutes). Only had to wait another 45mins to then catch a bus from there to Banaue. Took two hours and cost 220 pesos. Banaue is famous for its rice terraces and so i expected it to be a lovely, aesthetically pleasing town but it isn't, in fact it’s down-right UGLY. It isn’t as cold as Sagada which is a plus, but it is very touristy unlike Sagada which in ...


A travel blog entry by burles on Dec 16, 2013

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... sleep - his tossing around and coughing and wheezing meant that I also couldn't sleep.

By the time we arrived in Banaue (around 7 AM) we were exhausted, greasy, and had pretty noticeable bags under our eyes. Our exhaustion was not enough to stifle our excitement though. Our first glimpse of Banaue was just beautiful - rolling hills, covered in lush, tropical, green forests, blanketed by low-lying clouds. Waterfalls drifted into the valley in various ...

Rice terraces of Banaue

A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 17, 2013

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... saliva which then they obviously had to spit out. Despite the offer, I really wasn't tempted and I noticed that most of the men in the area had pink lips from chewing this concoction, as though wearing lipstick! This mixture was known as 'moma', a much healthier, if not slightly gross looking, alternative to smoking tobacco. Anyway, Katie, Greg, Lucy, our red mouthed guides and I set off to hike across the rice terraces. It was amazing to see the rice up close as we meandered ...

How Do They Do That? - "Rice"

A travel blog entry by robandnorma on Apr 18, 2013

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... the central square, the heavens opened up again with roof pounding rain. In the bar we found ourselves talking to the local drunk and shortly after, a local (Joseph) who gently wanted to offer his tricycle services. In the background was the loud music of a local band singing a random collection of country music.

The following morning we awoke again to the sound of voices, but also the sound metal bars being clattered around. We didn't really want to rush out of bed ...

To see the world in a grain of... rice

A travel blog entry by feliciawong on Nov 28, 2012

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... and look very much alike. It was like "ABC" ("Another Blood Cathedral") syndrome that one suffers from in Europe...

We bumped around on dirt roads and dirt-roads-turned-gushing-rivulets for close to 4 hours (Rob had to ride sideways on the motorbike since he was too heavy to be in the sidecar), then Denver announced that we would be hiking to some hot springs and a waterfall. Sweet! But to get there, we first walked through the rice terraces, at many ...