Safari Lodge

Address: 191 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 191 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio.
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    Travel Blogs from Baguio

    Cabanatuan and Baguio

    A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 21, 2014

    12 photos

    ... the barrel one hour before bathing. Then they all laugh at me, I don't mind as I didn't know personal submersible heaters existed for bathing situations.

    We hang out for the rest of the evening talking about life and old stories. I try talking to them in English but end up killing the conversation every time since they struggle with talking in English. It's another nose-bleeding session for relatives trying to communicate with ...

    Philippines, surfing and finding whale sharks

    A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Jan 07, 2014

    28 photos

    ... expeditions, extending our stay for another day after each unsuccessful attempt. During these trips there were six tourists on each boat, the whale shark interacting officer really did a great job, standing in the crow’s nest for the full three hour duration of the trip, trying to spot a whale shark. On the last day after our three hours were finished we were lucky and our officer spotted a shark on the way home. All 6 of us were in the water in seconds and had about 30 ...

    Foggy Baquio

    A travel blog entry by ulka on Sep 29, 2012

    25 photos

    ... drinking coffee in Starbucks. However, if there are few of them, they still chit chat over coffee and they leave shopping malls empty handed!

    During the trip to Cordillera Mountains we also saw so many churches – almost 90% of the population claims to be Christian and over 80% are Roman Catholic. When people finish the conversation with us we heard “I will pray for you”. I don’t know if they felt we need prayers or they ...

    Cool Mountain Breeze

    A travel blog entry by pbweiss on Jan 28, 2012

    3 photos

    ... the market and we saw a foreigner who was the only one dressed in traditional native garments. He had no shoes on, had on some type of loin cloth and looked liked he had been away from people for quite some time. I managed to get a photo of him from across the street and you can see some of his cheek- and not the one on his face!
    Baguio was an okay stop but later I found out we could have skipped it with a direct bus to Banaue, the main place to see the rice terraces. ...

    Hanging Coffins of Sagada

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 14, 2011

    2 photos

    ... again at the Yogurt house and then attended church services. Half of the service was in English, including the hymns. In the afternoon, everyone in the Philippines was watching boxing, where there native Pacquiao was boxing against Martinez. I met up with Ron and the Slovakian for another dinner at the Log Cabin that night.

    The next day I caught the bus to Baguio. The vegetable terraces along the way were fascinating ...