Safari Lodge

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

    Baguio and Tondaligan Beach

    A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 23, 2014

    17 photos

    ... the Philippines. I can’t believe that the costs are so high, no wonder most people don’t have refrigerators or ovens. It would take an average worker half a year’s wages just for a full size refrigerator.

    We leave the mall and head to Tondaligan beach, as I’ve asked to see the sunset in the ocean in the Philippines one more time. We play at Tondaligan beach in the Lingayen Gulf and watch the ...

    Some Things Never Change: The Timeless Gem of ENCA

    A travel blog entry by sherrypace on Oct 18, 2013

    1 comment, 68 photos

    ... ENCA Farm. This partnership was established three years ago and is going strong. ENCA serves as an important educational space for city kids to learn about organic farming, environmental education, and gain a new perspective from their life in Manila.

    Thanks to the generosity of Friends of ENCA Farm donors I also delivered solar powered light bulbs and cell phone chargers to ENCA Farm. NOKERO (www.nokero.com) is a fellow tenant at the Posner Center ...

    Busing to Baguio

    A travel blog entry by feliciawong on Nov 20, 2012

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... to dump torrential rainwater onto the already-treacherous roads.

    I willed myself not to think about death/casualty statistics, and tried to lose myself in a thumping playlist of Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga and Beyonce as the bus obstinately heaved itself upwards into The Cordillera. Hey, we did survive the World's Most Dangerous road in Bolivia, coming pretty close to disaster, so... this should be a piece of cake, right?

    Thankfully, ...

    On Climbing Mountains...

    A travel blog entry by lilly_annew on Mar 21, 2012

    4 comments, 36 photos

    ... but, now used by the Filipino's for the same purpose. Apparently, this town was “servicing” the Americans while it was still an American base and it continues to do so even though the Americans no longer occupy the base. It's the only reason we could think of for why this town is the way that it is. Old habits are hard to break, I guess...the Americans keep “coming” so the Filipino's continue to service them. I really ...

    7 Days in Philippines US 150 (Schedule & Transport

    A travel blog entry by feisoar on Dec 01, 2010

    18 photos

    ... become "very old"! Haha

    3 December 2010 Sagada - Banuae
    Registered at tourist centre (20 peso)
    Visited Sugong hanging coffins (just passed by) , Lumiang cave (can visited yourself without guide)
    Visited Sumaging cave (need guide)
    All the journey aout take 4 hours.
    Took a van/ bus to Bontoc (40 peso- 1 hour). Took a van from Bontoc to Banaue (150 peso - 2 hours).
    Arrived Banaue in the evening. The van or bus just stopped ...