Oval Era Hotel

Victoria Park, Zone 5, Bangued, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Victoria Park, Zone 5, Bangued.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangued

    Vigan, moving back in time

    A travel blog entry by ulka on Oct 03, 2012

    60 photos

    ... influences and very old tower with splendid view. We took picture with church guards and stayed for a while for funeral - open coffin in the middle of the church; people wearing white. They didn’t look like they come for funeral, more like family gathering with chit chatting and smiling. Then we visited an old pottery factory – established in 1824 and Flores Pots & Hidden Garden, created and owned by Francis Flores. The garden came alive ...

    Hiking to a big waterfall and the drive to Vigan

    A travel blog entry by avaslotman on Jun 23, 2012


    This morning we checked out of the Rocky Inn and headed into town to do one more hike. We decided to hike through the rice terraces to a large waterfall. We headed out with a guide named Jane. First we took a ride in a van to the start of the path. After 15 minutes of climbing down crudely built stairs we came to a crude path that took us into a small town. The stairs we had just climbed down was the main way to the town, there was no road going to ...

    Rice terraces and waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 23, 2012

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... 300 people live here in houses we wouldn't deem suitable to park our lawnmower in. The small wood structures with mostly metal roofs are dotted around in what seems a haphazard way, with small 2 foot wide concrete paths between them. Kids play. Chickens roam around freely. We pay a 20 pesos (50 cents) toll to pass through the town, but are struck with this feeling that we are so privileged to be allowed to enter 'their world' for just a few ...


    A travel blog entry by hardiek on Feb 12, 2012

    5 photos

    Baguio is the only bump in a long ride up the coast from Manila to the far reaches of north Luzon. I’m sure there’s a route that hugs the coast the entire way, but I wanted to stop at Baguio first, before continuing on to Vigan. Manila is only 150mi/250km away from Baguio, but after a seven-hour bus ride, seems much farther. That’s because the going is so slow through town after congested town full of motorbikes and three-wheelers putt-putting around and clogging ...

    All Driving, No Sleeping: Wedding Crashers

    A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho on Dec 20, 2011

    7 photos

    ... prayers to this couple's wedding. When the mass was over, my uncle told me to walk to the altar, in the same fashion that kids do during communion, however instead of kids a hoard of people followed suit and gathered around the altar. I did not know what was about to happen, as all the people around me started lifting their hands towards the priest. It turns out at the end of the mass the priest sprinkles holy water, and people come forward to be blessed. ...