Microtel Inn & Suites Calapan, Oriental Mindoro

Address: M. Roxas St., Brgy; Sto. Nino, Oriental Mindoro, Calapan, Luzon, OR, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on M. Roxas St., Brgy; Sto. Nino, Oriental Mindoro, Calapan.
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Travel Blogs from Calapan

Free & Easy Day in Calapan

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 18, 2012

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Escorted by Police
Tired from the travelling, I decided to chill out today. I was actually lost for 2 hours trying to find the Mangyan Heritage Centre. Every locals seemed to have their idea of its location. After a fruitless search, I went straight to the Pulis station and asked a constable. A policeman got to know his city, right? Nope, don't know where it is! ...

Out of Luzon

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 17, 2012

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... for both locals and foreigners. It was back to Java Jazz for a brunch of a superb spanish style sardines in garlicky sauce with garlic rice, no less.

Batangas Ferry Terminal
Back to Tagaytay town for my bus to Batangas shortly after. Turned out I had to bus to Balayan and switch to a Batangas bound bus. All in all, the two buses chewed up 4 hours including 1 hour stuck in a traffic jam at the outskirts of Batangas! It was a scene of chaos ...

ChowKing Queen

A travel blog entry by youloveit on Dec 27, 2010

... symbols were themselves being partially buried.

Up to now I have seen nothing in the Philippines which has upset me; they don't eat their pets and they're kind, honest people so this came as a bit of a shock to me - especially since most towns have two kinds of public bins Nabubulok and Di-Nabubulok meaning rotting and non rotting! I can only assume that they employ someone at the end of the market day to collect the rubbish and take it ...

Sabang Part 3: Yet More Diving and Distractions

A travel blog entry by paranoidchicken on Apr 20, 2010

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... North Korean border patrol. Whatever the case really was, John's body was never recovered and unless a picture of him in Timbuktu surfaces in the years to come, it's likely no one will ever know for sure what happened.

One story that is sad but true is that someone died on a dive at a site just around the corner from here last week. There were two divers out for a technical dive which had them at well more than 60 meters deep. Technical or deep ...

And the other reason is

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 16, 2009

... is paying for the kids/women/young men gets the privilege of being called Daddy by all of them. His wife then becomes Mama Melanie, or Mama Jennifer, or whatever her name is. The kids seem to know who their biological mom is but they will run to any of their mama’s for help, consoling, money, or whatever. Sometimes from the looks of things, it appears ...