Northview Hotel

Address: Airport Road Brgy. 46 Nalbo , Laoag, Luzon, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Airport Road Brgy. 46 Nalbo , Laoag.
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      Travel Blogs from Laoag

      Je Suis Charlie

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jan 09, 2015

      ... people from the industrialized world never get to witness. With the water around your neck you could still look down and see your toes. Crystal clear.

      But we had to disappear. Not because of the wind and bizarre rain that came down only on one side of the hotel, but because of the need to head back to Manila for a plane in a few days. Its a long coach journey, perhaps 14 from Pagudpud, 12 even from Laoag. So even chopping off a couple of hours ...

      Sunny Afternoon

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jan 07, 2015

      The taxman's taken all my dough And left me in my holiday home Luzon on a sunny afternoon And I can't even sail my yacht Sea's so calm, waves forgot All I've got's this sunny afternoon Save me, save me, save me from this breeze I could get lots of Moma trying to wake me And I love to live so pleasantly In shades of the South China Sea Luzon on a sunny afternoon In the summertime In the summertime In the ...

      Infinity Sea

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jan 04, 2015


      ... Fawlty Towers farce quite quickly with people anarchically entering the kitchens themselves in a bid to get fed. To cut a long breakfast short we waited over an hour for cold sausage, egg and rice and no coffee. It was revolting. And not even the worst meal we were to get that day.

      Things improved for a while. We watched Independence Day while waiting to go out for our bus. Farcical again, but at least we weren't part of the farce. Then when we ...

      Down In The Boondocks

      A travel blog entry by ohthreefifteen on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... Manila in 1572. The largest concentration of people that Salcedo found was in Laoag along the Padian River, and Salcedo gained their friendship after initial skirmishes. Although the presence of the Spanish soldiers may have seemed fleeting to the Ilocanos, Salcedo's exploration marked the beginning of Spanish colonization of the region.

      Agriculture is the main source of livelihood in the province, all lands for cultivation can be planted with rice, ...

      Shady, or not?

      A travel blog entry by feliciawong on Nov 18, 2012

      ... flight would be as boring as possible.

      We arrived at the Laoag airport, a small, purely utilitarian facility not unlike other minor airports in the tropics: it looked very similar to the Ipoh airport in Malaysia, and was a step up from the rickety wooden shack and a grassy field that was the "airport" in Rurrenabaque, Bolivia.

      After picking up our bags, we headed out the door expecting to be besieged by touts/taxi drivers. But no, it ...