Technopark Hotel

Greenfield Autopark, Santa Rosa, Calabarzon Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Greenfield Autopark, Santa Rosa.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa

    Lessons, Cutlure, Vision, Truth, Life

    A travel blog entry by h.m.h on Jun 22, 2014

    ... buildings, such as artistic Balinese carvings on doorways, furniture, jewelry, temples etc. etc. Some of these Balinese natives come off as tough when looking at them for afar, some tattooed, stetched ear lobes, smoking the local grown clove creating a "tough vibe” but when engaging with them, so happy and full of humbling heart opening spiritual character. Always so happy. They have a 20 day month calendar 10 being holidays. Working ...

    Into Chinatown

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on May 21, 2014

    4 photos

    ... how lucky your own children and grandchildren were to grow up in the West. The memories that will always remain are the sight of emancipated dogs and cats, many looking as if all the wanted was to be put out of their misery and the total disinterest shown to them by the locals. The other, the sight of young children looking through each other's hair with the fastidiousness of a monkey, looking for nits or ...

    Spring Break- Philippines style

    A travel blog entry by senorita-tes on Mar 30, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... that the Philippines made headline news this past fall when they were hit by a devastating typhoon and then deadly earthquake. To visit the small villages that were impacted, only a few months after, was really interesting too. I learned that the people are so welcoming and resilient. They are re-building and working hard to get their lives back.

    Getting there, on the other hand, was not so pleasant. I felt like we were being filmed for an ...

    Dream Trip: Part 3...the tail end of the trip

    A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora on Feb 09, 2014

    42 photos

    ... have far better things to do than ticket offending drivers. Hence, we had complete freedom to drive toward Baguio according to our own speed and comfort LOL. The roads still sucked though, and at one point, we nearly became stranded on chewed up gravel. But thank God, we made it, and what a pretty city we encountered. Being in Baguio, in the fresh, cool, and wet mountain air reminded me of being in Boone. What a difference altitude can make! Dennis went to high school and college ...


    A travel blog entry by mollie19891 on Oct 05, 2013

    9 photos

    ... decided to venture out at about 4.30/5 to get food from some where. I woke up when she got back with loads of amazing food for like 180p that's like £2, and telling me all about her first trip out haha, how every one was waving and saying 'heyyy maaame!' And how she met this old fat philippino guy called tony who helped her find food from somewhere. The next day I woke up about 5.30am wide awake listening to outside and couldn't wait to go! We took our malaria tablet but ...