The Baden Powell Inn

Address: 26 Governor Pack Road Cor., Session Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 26 Governor Pack Road Cor., Session Road, Baguio.
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      Weaving looms and fake RayBans

      A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 25, 2012

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      ... 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

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      ... rent tables for Php100- 300. Up this hill is the ampitheater where events can be held. You can access this (plus other places inside) if you are paying an entrance fee of Php50. One time I was in Baguio, there was going to be a celebration so the place was further adorned, aside from its natural flowers.

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      Dog soup, Death and the mystery cornetto thief.

      A travel blog entry by gingersontour on Feb 14, 2012

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      ... On my return to Baguio I decided to stay in tam-awan village in a traditional style hut,it was a cool place there was artwork and hand made crafts all over the complex and the hut its self was really nice and cosy. It had a great vantage point overlooking the hills and even the clouds, the sunsets were very cool to watch especially with a rum and coke (the rum is less than a quid a bottle!!! so rude not too).

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      Hangover 1

      A travel blog entry by zoeraissakis on Jul 21, 2011

      ... dry, my head is throbbing painfully and the only thing I can think of is water. In phase one I try to brave it out and fall asleep again. In phase two I try to fight it but fail. So I give up before i reach phase three. I need water desperately!

      I get dressed reluctantly and sneak out of my room - ready for my little water-raid. But literally everything is dead: the shop, the bar, the reception. Emma, the owner of Lola Nanny's, is asleep with her two months old baby. In the ...

      Christmas in September

      A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Sep 22, 2010

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      ... a green blouse that will be worn every Thursday with black slacks and heels. I tried it on, held my breath, and stepped in front of a mirror. It’s not that pretty. But hey, now its official, we are teachers in the Philippines, uniforms and all.

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