Triple Tree Apartel

79 Brentwood Village, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 79 Brentwood Village, Baguio.
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    Travel Blogs from Baguio

    Baguio, The City of Pines

    A travel blog entry by stu900 on Nov 08, 2013

    27 photos

    ... establishments that will hire you a bike, trike and all manner of pedal vehicles. It was refreshing to see children and young people of all ages enjoying such simple pleasures.

    Having visited the park I made my way up to Session Road to the jeepney terminals. If you are not a local it is very confusing as to where to get on a bus for your chosen destination. after asking several people and drivers, I alighted a jeepney heading to ...

    This really is the rainy season

    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 20, 2012

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... visit. With boxes of diapers in hand (yes, even diapers can be used as a gentle bribe to get us in the door in case we were considered not welcome), we arrived at RSCC around 11ish. We had no idea how our visit was perceived and whether the door would be open. But stepping though the puddles that covered most of the road, we were pleased to see the security guard open the gate as soon as he saw us. Good sign. At the front door stood a familiar face from ...

    Dog soup, Death and the mystery cornetto thief.

    A travel blog entry by gingersontour on Feb 14, 2012

    57 photos

    ... took me through a grave yard in to echo Vally where the hanging coffins were located, These were much better to look at than the first set of hanging coffins as they were painted in bright colours and some were only a few years old. apparently people can still be suspended here but it comes at a price of approximately 20 pigs and 60 chickens to be sacrificed to the gods. I carried on trekking around for another few hours then I picked up a huge round of ...

    There's a cockroach crawling up my ass...

    A travel blog entry by lgmcnicholas on Jul 16, 2011

    7 photos

    ... their home.

    But, you must be wondering where the title of this blog comes in. Well, here goes...

    We hiked out to ENCA Farm a few days ago where we were met with incredible views and the truly rare tourism experience of living on a functioning farm in SE Asia. But, the Philippines is definitely the tropics and with that comes a few situations of discomfort including monsoon rains, mosquitoes, and cockroaches. As most of you know ...

    The Past, The Quiet, The Beautiful

    A travel blog entry by jeckfernandez on Jan 26, 2011

    ... you're adventurous and LOVE (it must be LOVE) endless walking and caving then Sagada is the one. It was maaaddd. The caves were dangerous, dark, slippery and at points you had no other choice but to be immersed in water but i loved it! total adrenaline rush!

    Vigan- Vigan is THE cutest Spanish town and Lyssy would of loved to ride my horse called Tony.
    I learnt so much about Filipino History (mostly about the Illocanos) here, honestly a MUST ...