The Manor at Camp John Hay

Address: Loakan Road, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Loakan Road, Baguio.
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      Travel Blogs from Baguio

      Laren Field School Students at ENCA Farm

      A travel blog entry by sherrypace on Nov 24, 2014

      49 photos

      ... in the fields. It was so fun to spend the week with these intelligent and funny teens, I taught them some fun games like Big-Booty and Where's My Ducky, and gave them a tour of the property where we identified the many variety of trees at ENCA and discussed the practice of organic farming and Ibaloi Cultural traditions.

      The traditional education system in the Philippines includes very little critical thinking and often consists ...

      2014-11-23 en trist mindedag i Filippinerne

      A travel blog entry by erikaggerholm on Nov 23, 2014

      23 photos

      ... massacre, the CPJ had labeled the Philippines the second most dangerous country for journalists, second only to Iraq.[5]AttackA local report stated that at about 9:00 AM, a convoy of six vehicles
      carrying ...

      Big Baguio: A lecture and some parks + smog

      A travel blog entry by mcmactravels on Feb 16, 2014

      7 photos

      ... It is a motorcycle, usually 125 cc, with a bolted-on flatbed side-car. One day I saw the "school bus" for the littlest kids and it was one of these with a handrail around it and it was so cute, the tiny kiddos with their uniforms all standing holding onto the rail as the colon colon went from house to house...Well, we are all a lot bigger than those kids and there was nothing cute about all four of us, our luggage, and the driver piling on to ...

      Safe and dry in the mountains

      A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Nov 16, 2013

      7 photos

      ... reopening and the town is starting to wake up again.

      Monday 11 November
      We've woken up to news that the commercial airlines are putting on flights as of today. The hotel seems quiet at breakfast and we learnt that a lot of the guests were woken in the small hours of the morning to enable them to catch the first plane of the day. Before breakfast we make a beeline for a little travel agents on the corner to see what our options are, and to ...

      A Filipino Wake: Cultural Differences in Grief

      A travel blog entry by sherrypace on Jul 31, 2011

      1 comment, 18 photos

      Greeting's to All-

      It has been a difficult week here in Tubaly for the Cosalan Family. Sadly, last Sunday my host Uncle Cesar (Lola's second eldest child) passed away. Uncle Cesar had been quite sick the last two years, in and out of numerous hospitals and on bed rest for extended periods of time. So while it is good to know that he is at peace, dealing with a loss is always difficult for a family. I have felt especially sad for Lola and know it has been the ********** her ...

      Traveler Photos The Manor at Camp John Hay Baguio

      Front of Camp John Hay Manor Hotel
      Baguio City, Philippines
      The Manor, exterior
      Baguio, Philippines
      New view: Pines and Parking Lot
      Baguio, Philippines
      The Manor, driveway
      Baguio, Philippines