Forest Inn Baguio
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Forest Inn Baguio
Travel Blogs from Baguio
... the surrounding countryside and some peaceful gardens for private reflection and prayer. I walked back to find the summit and viewing area as the rain returned and the prospect of a good photograph was diminishing. I located the viewing area behind a large tree with a path through the rocks either side. The views of the Cordillera mountains and the sity that graced the hill sides was stunning. Even with the rain you could appreciate the unique ...
... not know, joined the group in the hallway, and soon the hallway in front of the office was the busiest place in the facility. Ma'am Julie, the center head from 5 years ago, was no longer there. Instead, the new 'center head' came out of her office to greet us, but not unexpectedly, was much more reserved. We asked for permission to walk around and show Jessney the place. Not much had changed in 5 years. Still the same bare greenish and yellow walls. ...
... I had to shower watching king Kong's finger bobbing up and down below me.
That night I found a place called the log cabin to get dinner It was a cool place with a lot of charm and a huge log fireplace. I sat down alone but I wasn't for long a guy came over and sat on my table opposite me he was obviously gay but was a decent guy and I was chatting with him about places in the Philippines when the Waiter (also obviously gay) came over put a candle down ...
... years. So, when we decided to head out on a SE Asia adventure we knew we had to make the trek to the Philippines. After surviving a brief 24 hours in Manila (the world's worst city) we headed north to Tublay where the Cosalan family lives. After two minutes of visiting with the Cosalan's we realized that all of Sherry's stories of her adopted family were true, they are a wonderful family who have been very hospitable to Matt and I during our ...
... sorted out sufficently if my dad wasnt with me. so YAY TO DUDDY!
(VERY quick overview- hopefully my pictures on facebook would help paint a better picture)
Baguio was nice, I would of liked to take Lyssy on a bike ride in Burnham Park. It was really pretty sweet to RE- visit the Lourdes grotto with my Dad as i have been told (but fail to remember) that me and my sisters, mummy and daddy went there was I was a baby.
Other places to stay in Baguio
24 Session Road, Baguio | Innfrom $25