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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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Baguio

      Explore Baguio and Dagupan Fish Market

      A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 19, 2014

      11 photos

      We slept in a bit at Burnham Suites, but only because we stayed up late the night before. After breakfast we were packing up the vehicle when a street walking vendor is tries to sell us strawberries, which I say I will buy some only if she gets a picture with me. She agrees and even places the basket on her head to carry them on her way. Strawberries are one of the main fruits grown in Baguio.

      While snacking on strawberries we head ...

      Day 2-3 (Summit...!!)

      A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Jan 03, 2014

      231 photos

      ... Cubao terminal station, nagpaabot pa muna kami ng 6am bago umuwi upang matiyak na ligtas kami sa aming byahe. 7:30am na nang makarating ako ng ligtas sa aming bahay.

      Thanks Travel Factor, this was another awesome hiking experience!

      Travel Buddies: Ernest, Abbey, Raun, Brian, Jerome, Primex and other Travel Factorparticipants and Staff.
      Photo Credits: Gestine


      Busy Baguio.

      A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on May 24, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... a TV ( showing a film with Arnie Schwarzenegger in it) and free wifi! There were also numerous people getting on and off at various places selling food. Hot Dogs, sausages on sticks, pork scratchings and corn on the cob. The corn was so delicious and only 35 peso's. A lot healthier than hot dogs!

      We had 2 comfort stops and the toilet facilities were good, You can see the American influence everywhere from the toilets to the signs and everyone speaks good English. All the signs ...

      Meeting Jessney's birth family

      A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 18, 2012

      3 comments, 6 photos

      We're find ourselves waking up early on this second day of our trip, the effects of the time difference cutting our sleep short. Great opportunity to pick up the rental car, so we can hit the road early. We had reserved a minivan, but that terminology obviously has a different meaning on this side of the ocean. Here I find myself driving a 12 passenger 4 row bus. And in typical Filipino fashion, not a particularly new bus. Lukas is quick to check it out, concludes it must be 'at ...


      A travel blog entry by hardiek on Feb 13, 2012

      9 photos

      ... in such varied places as Chile and Indonesia. Now here it is in the Philippines, spelled the same way as the US version. Now the Philippines get most of their Chinese references straight from the source, not from the US. They don’t eat spring rolls; they eat lumpia. They don’t eat “Chinese hamburgers;” they eat sio pao. So this could be the definitive test. After hearing on TV yesterday that some Jewish guy in San ...