Adivay Inn

11 Bonifacio Street, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Baguio

What a wet day!

A travel blog entry by avaslotman


Today it was POURING rain all day. In the morning we went to the orphanage where Jessney lived for a few years, (he did not live in the town where he was born for very long, soon after his parents died he was sent to an orphanage in Baguio.) with some gifts like diapers for the orphanage. We were welcomed in and since quite a few of the people who worked there when Jessney was ...

Camp John Hay

A travel blog entry by donniedorky


... in and take pictures in the different areas of the house. It's a typical wooden house in Baguio. You can also see the "Graveyard of Negativity" in this area where there are man- made small statues with quotations each.

Going back to the entrance, you can pass through the mini forest which was very quiet usually and you can actually pick a lot of pine cones on the ...

Dog soup, Death and the mystery cornetto thief.

A travel blog entry by gingersontour


... alone) for an early night.

The next morning I was up early and jumped on a jeepney to bontoc a short 1-1.5 hours away. bontoc is a market town where people just come to change transport to get to Banaue, I decided to stay as I had heard that its a good place to arrange a trip to the headhunter tribes of kalinga. I met a guide there (Francis) who knows the tribes and can speak all the native languages which is essential. We got chatting about tattoos ...

Thai vs. Phili

A travel blog entry by zoeraissakis

... But it can also be tiring, annoying and hard, especially if you're worn out from your travels.
The Philippines have already taught me a lot.
There are times where I find myself wishing someone would stick one of these pathetic coloured Thai stickers on my Tshirt to ensure that I'll end up at the destination of my wish.
So, I reckon, everything is always a matter of perspective ;-)


Mayon Philippines 2007

A travel blog entry by mulqueen


... hasn’t been anywhere in Viet Nam. Coming from a poor family, she has spent her whole life in the Mekong Delta. We’ll go up the coast from Saigon, travelling by train and bus and plane, stopping in all the interesting places. We’ll go as far as Hanoi, stare at Ho Chi Minh’s mummified corpse, then fly back to Saigon.

That’s all. Now I must go and clean my boots, which are still impregnated with the volcanic dust of Mt ...


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