Puerto Azul Beach

Barrio Sapang,Ternate, Cavite, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cavite

Day 9 - Flippin' Out

A travel blog entry by benny_d


... for a bite along the street. The food carts were not what we were expecting. The offerings looked odd and didn't seem like the food handling conditions were something we wanted to trust. We found a little place and ordered pancit, arguably the most notable dish of The Philippines next to adobo. It was a thinner noodles than we had been accustomed to in Hawaii but delicious none-the-less. The meat was light in color, like a pork sausage. ...

Busiest City Ever!

A travel blog entry by hollybeth


... Lechon and Pork Adobo. We were less keen on the Sisig but the rest were very good! This was then followed but a Halo-Halo, traditional dessert with crushed ice, fruits (banana and young coconut flesh) milk and topped with leche flan - the best thing ever is the leche flan (Holly Disagrees - Holly prefers turron - fried sweet paste with ube ice cream =])These restaurants were in Mall of Asia - One of the biggest MAlls in the world - it is ...

Flying GUM-MNL

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... at least it was less the other machines.

Pesos in hand, I walked outside to the taxi desk and was quickly placed into a yellow cab. The trip to my hotel was 34 minutes and cost 522 pesos ($12.20), which was annoying because my book stated a taxi from the airport to central Manila should cost 250-300 pesos. But at second glance, that is for an area of the city south of where I’m staying (closer to the airport). The taxi driver ...

Manila sightseeing

A travel blog entry by judihasi


With some more German friends we discovered the old part of Manila with a fun guide. Manilas history is very sad, its own culture completely vanished due to the Spanish and later American invadors. But they also had to fight with Chinese and although they were not part of the world wars, Manila got bombed out and so lost all its beauty. You can only still see it in the old part of town. Manila is a mix of wealthy parts and poor ...

Corregidor Island.....A Historical Marvel

A travel blog entry by venoth


I was very excited to visit this island. Being a history buff myself, this island did indeed sweep me off my feet with all the World War 2 left overs and traces of heavy gun battles that had happened here in the past.

The journey started early in ...


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