Savannah Resort Hotel
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Savannah Hotel Resort.
We left Makati and headed to Angeles City via the mini van – same driver (Don) as we had previously. Our driver also works security at the airport, so a handy fellow to know; he moonlights as a driver obviously too.
We got here and it seems similar to Phuket and Bangkok; that same hussle and bussle …
... so couples have AT LEAST 5 children each.
On the hike back we hitched a ride over the flooded road on a cart pulled by a water buffalo.
The sun set over the mountains while we were walking back over the ash plains.
A truly beautiful day.
Unfortunately, we then had a very cold trike ride back to Capas, then a FREEZING bus ride to Manila. The A/C was cranked full blast which didn't really make sense? And we were watching Titanic.
... an assortment of armaments, firearms and ammunitions which are put on display for public viewing.
And also Camp Gen. Servillano boast an hectares of nice gardens and park where you can see also the historical trees that was planted by the former president of U.S, Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower during 1939 when he was still a Military guy under General Douglas Macarthur ...
Because it was weekend and need to escape the hustle and bustle of working in manila,I explored a nearby province north of Manila which is Tarlac."Hacienda" a Spanish term for Estate once dotted Colonial Philippines era but now in present ...
During my trip in Angeles City, I have been amazed on how Filipinos entertain foreigner in their country.
It has been a lively and heart warming trip. The hotel that I have stayed in (Penthouse Hotel and Residence) has hospitable staff and made my stay the best getaway as possible.
The hotel itself presents a classy feel to it that endows their visitors with heart felt service. ...