Pension Bacolod & Restaurant
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Bacolod
... plantation are simply relaxing. We passed through bridges, beautiful creeks, steep roads and rivers. Our bus arrived at the Bacolod City South Terminal past 12 pm. We still have to go to the lodge where we will stay after taking a quick lunch at the nearby eatery. The long trip was exhausting so we decided to take a short nap to re-energize ourselves for a much challenging job tasks ahead.
The City of Bacolod is strikingly similar to Colon Street in Cebu City, ...
Western Visayas, next stop in the Philippines and ending. This city has a culture and an ancient cathedral. As in every town its big old cathedral, called Jaro Cathedral has some typical dances, which is the festival called '' Ibajay festival 'point of culture and traditions of a small town, it's amazing getting to know their cultures and mainly traditions, ending with a cute country like the ...
... bigger boat and the boy punted it across the water. An hour later we were still sitting on the boat waiting for it to leave. We finally got to Estancia 1-1.5 hours later and took a trike to the bus terminal, then took a taxi van to IloIlo City. We were a bit unsure on the taxi as no one was in it so we took a picture of the number plate and I sent it to my mum and told her where we going so if she didn't hear from us in 3-4 hours she at least ...
... fresh coconuts! They ordered way too much food, but we tried lots of different native dishes... It really was not that bad. There is always rice! Next we headed to two different worksites. Our group was split in half, which was a bit of a bummer, but they thought we had too many people for one worksite. Our family was able to stay together. We headed out on a dirt road through the sugarcane fields to a little community nestled between the fields. Most ...
... had pork chops and rice and each had a drink - our total bill came to $6.00.
Whenever you mention to someone that you are going to Bacolod, the comment that comes out of their mouth is "ahhhh chicken". Reading our Lonely Planet we realized that Bacolod is known for a type of chicken called "Inasay" which is a really fancy word for barbequed chicken over a wood fire!. We went to the area that is known for this ...