South Drive Manor

34 Paterno Street, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 34 Paterno Street, Baguio.
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    Travel Blogs from Baguio

    Philippines, surfing and finding whale sharks

    A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Feb 27, 2014

    28 photos

    ... used by the allied forces in WWII, the wreck is intact and visibility was good at about 10m, ok but not the 30m we were hoping for. We also dived upon the wreck of the USS New York, a massive wreck, more than a 100m in length, this was an interesting dive, visibility was not good at
    about 3-5 meters, we stayed inside the wreck a bit long and did an emergency deco stop upon surfacing. After an interesting 2 months, a couple of flights, many ferry and bus rides I moved on to Singapore.

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    Weaving looms and fake RayBans

    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 25, 2012

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... facing the same way, in one large factory space, with dozens of ladies beavering away on their creations. In the next space, a similar scene, but here the ladies are working on sewing machines, pumping out the daily production of hand made merchandise. In the store, which is conveniently located before you enter the weaving room, we resist buying lots of great stuff, but end up with two shawls that will disappear more easily in our backpacks for the ...

    Camp John Hay

    A travel blog entry by donniedorky on Apr 12, 2012

    6 photos

    A visit in Camp John Hay in Baguio means walking up and down pine tree- studded slopes. The place is very clean that complements the forest atmosphere.

    There is an area here for fastfood and shopping imported goods. Prices are quite expensive but you'll enjoy the ambiance.

    You can also opt to have a picnic on its wide terrain or the side of the hill where ...

    Dog soup, Death and the mystery cornetto thief.

    A travel blog entry by gingersontour on Feb 14, 2012

    57 photos

    ... 250 peso, there didn't seem to be an owner around , it was a very clever and friendly young girl around 8 or 9 that stopped the game she was playing with her friend to come and check me in.

    Sagada is famous for its coffins some hanging from cliffs and some kept in caves, I decided to head to the municipal hall to find a guide to see the main sights. The guy selling the guides there said to me " you look fit and healthy you can trek on your own you ...

    There's a cockroach crawling up my ass...

    A travel blog entry by lgmcnicholas on Jul 16, 2011

    7 photos

    ... of the family: Enrique and Carmen.

    Over the past five years Sherry has worked closely with the family to help raise money and develop organizational goals for ENCA, which is now featured in the Lonely Planet Philippines as a great eco-tourist destination. The Cosalan family has worked hard to cultivate their fertile land and farm using organic and indigenous techniques, something that is almost unheard of in this region. Needless to say ...