Mount Crest Hotel

Legarda Road, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Baguio

Back to Baguio for Panangbenga

A travel blog entry by mcmactravels


... The hustle and bustle in the city was neat, there were people everywhere! The parade itself was just OK--the marching bands were the most fun, and the floats were fun to see. We spent the rest of the day walking around the city with Lee. We found good food, saw more parks, and had a satisfying dose of Baguio air pollution ; ) Lee`s sister cooked dinner for everyone and we had a very pleasant evening talking about everything from bar food to eBay ...

Great experience ever

A travel blog entry by lubby27

I feel so insecure every time I saw the girl who had a slim body they can dress any kind of outfit to make their self-beauty, I am insecure because I am a fatty girl now but before I had a slim body too, sometimes I joined beauty contest and I got the title but when vacation comes I start to love eating a lot of sweet foods like chocolates, cakes and if i feel I'm not satisfied that I ate I get a lot of foods ...

Chilling out, literally

A travel blog entry by feliciawong


... having lunch at the "Ayala Techno Hub" (interesting name, since it looked to be a cluster of restaurants & cafes). We both had 90 minutes of their signature massage, which was a largely lymphatic massage, it seemed, with some light muscle work. Total cost? 525pesos each, or US$12. Even with a generous tip, it was still incredible value.

The spa was very clean & relaxing, with dark woods and a dimly lit interior; while the ...

On Climbing Mountains...

A travel blog entry by lilly_annew


... everywhere warning pedestrians not to jaywalk. The cars do not slow down if you are trying to cross the street...they will mow you down and of course the traffic is constant since there are very few traffic lights in any town in the Philippines. The locals...relatively speaking since the majority of the population are students sent here from somewhere else in the Philippines...actually look cautious when crossing the streets and often run ...


A travel blog entry by hardiek


... s in the mystery meat.

My hotel left a newspaper outside my door this morning. Don’t they know I’m a backpacker? I’m not used to treatment like this. Abuse me! Insult me! Question my native intelligence or I might develop an ego complex! Or worse even still, I might lose street cred with you, my faithful readers. I don’t want that. I need you. So when the day dawns cloudy and gray, I decide to stay another day. But ...


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