The Manor at Camp John Hay

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

    Philippines, surfing and finding whale sharks

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

    28 photos

    ... 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 ...

    *Panagbenga Festival

    A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Feb 25, 2012

    96 photos

    ... But then, whatever the reason is, hindi kami magpapapigil sa pag punta roon, tutuloy parin kami.

    Medyo nahirapan lang kaming bumili ng ticket sa bus dahil nga may okasyon sa Baguio ngayon, -Panagbenga festival (flower festival). Dito ay makakakita ka ng mga floats na punong-puno ng mga desenyong bulaklak at karamihan sa mga iyon ay may mga ...

    Thai vs. Phili

    A travel blog entry by zoeraissakis on Jul 23, 2011

    ... and book a ticket there. But there are also benefits. At least foreigners and locals pay exactly the same price. Well, give them a couple of years and I bet they'll have learned from big sister Thailand.

    Travelling the Philippines means that you don't need to go to rural areas to get the "off-the-beaten-track"-feeling. It's adventurous, exciting and perfect for everyone who loves to ...

    Typhoon Megi

    A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Oct 23, 2010

    1 comment, 46 photos

    ... the typhoon. On Sunday we drove east about two hours to Zaragoza and handed the packages out to the community. The roads were flooded and most of the homes had water inside. The water was unclean as most of the sewers were flowing into it and illnesses were spreading quickly. So far in the trip we had not encountered much extreme poverty. This was probably the worst that we have seen so far. ...

    So homesick

    A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Jul 07, 2010

    5 comments

    ... begin smiling to myself. I'm actually living in the Philippines! How amazing is this! Other times its not so great. I doubt my abilities. 'I cant do the job. The kids aren't learning anything. I dont know what I'm doing.' Usually, between Rene and I, when one of us falls into this funk the other can pull us out. Sometimes we just want to wallow in it together and vent our frustration. At the end of the day we love being here but we miss home.
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    Traveler Photos The Manor at Camp John Hay Baguio

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