Philippine Village Hotel

Nayong Pilipino Park, Pasay, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1301, Philippines | Hotel
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Philippines- Discovering one's heritage

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey

2
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... that was dumped in the water by another boatman. It was approx. 25'-30' long. The water being sucked in by the whale caused me to gravitate towards the rather intimidating fIsh. This was quite a special time for Breanne, Mary, Darcy and myself. With my eye set on one whale, I was not aware of the one beside me. As I was trying to keep afloat, I touched the whale to my left by accident. This caught him or her off guard and reacted by swinging its large back end out and swimming 20' away ...

Arrival

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise

10

... beggars for that matter but it poverty was obvious especially in the parks and on lots of street corners. From the fort looking over the river you could see what looks like a shanty town. We had been warned that it was dangerous and not to wear jewellery or make it obvious where you kept cash etc. but we didn't find it dangerous at all, what it's like after dark I wouldn't like to say. The send off was as good as the welcome but ...

Dream Trip: Part 2 in the country

A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora

13

... CURSIVE. What's up with us America? Most of our adults can't even do that these days! Anyway, I told them that I wanted to come back before I left the country, but alas, I was unable to fulfill that promise. I hope that I can go back again before I leave this side of the world though and do something more than terrify them with my presence!

After that, Uncle Andy borrowed a car to take my mom and I to Zambales and Santa Cruz, the northern most part of the ...

Manic Manila

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4

5

... say the crash was caused by faulty breaks so they have pulled back all there coaches to check them.

After getting on the coach we found out that our seats were right at the back where the engine is. Our seats didn't recline as well, so we were really hot and sat up right for 10 hours. It wasn't the best journey I have to say. The back has five seats, but the woman next to me had a 5 year old kid which meant I had less room then I started with. I just wanted to get to ...

You Know You've Arrived When...

A travel blog entry by bfust

5

... one of the folks from the company that is already here. The pick up and drop off area of the airport was an appropriate microcosm for the general traffic situation in Manila, meaning it was overcrowded, loud, and filled with folk who treat all traffic signs, markings and laws as relative suggestions. The type of traffic behavior that goes on here would cause traffic deaths as a result of being shot in ...

Location

This hotel, located on Nayong Pilipino Park, Pasay, Manila, is near Intramuros, Fort Santiago, and Father Blanco's Garden.
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