The Manor at Camp John Hay
Travel Blogs from Baguio
We were supposed to check out of Hotel Le Monet today and head northwards into the rice terraces. But we're really digging the serenity and cool climes of Camp John Hay, so... we moved up the street to The Manor, in order to stay here for one more day (Hotel Le Monet is completely booked out for some business conference).
It's Thursday, …
Several shipmates and I were able to go the Army's R&R camp at Camp John Hay in Baguio City.
We took a bus from Olangapo to Baguio. At the gate outside Olangapo, there was a couple of Negritos standing. They were the indigenous people and lived very primitively even then. They were clad in loincloths and the man carried a bow rhat …
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... could have stayed a bit longer. Sabang turned out to be a very popular gay beach with many older gentleman couples enjoying this beach town. From Sabang we went back to Manila and flew to Puerto Princesa in Palawan, where we went to the famous subterranean river. This world heritage site is truly beautiful, but the magic is taken away by hundreds of tourists and the jokes made by the guides about shapes they recognize in the stalactites
get old after a while. Alya and I moved ...
... as the food is safer for me there.
We drive around to find a suitable hotel near Burnham park so we can check out a bit of nightlife. Burnham Suites was clean, affordable, and had a large room and even included a continental breakfast. We check in and wander the park. The city is getting ready for the Flower Festival (Panabenga Festival) that is occurring ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services