Safari Lodge

191 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Lodge
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A safari in the mountains

A travel blog entry by brendalee91

Something unusual comes to us in surprising ways, well that was what happened to me. I came to leonard wood road just to check on a place called safari lodge. I was really so curious why it was named as such. When I entered the building, I was struck with awe, it was a real safari treat, looking up at the walls with stuffed animals that you …

Go Baguio!

A travel blog entry by charmsuperstar


... How cool was that huh? Went to theMarket to find some cool stuffs for our pasalubong. Got some groceries, went back to the hotel.

3rd day
Heard a mass at Our Lady of the Atonement Cathedral.No lunch because we are still full from our breakfast.
For dinner, OMG, a sumptious dinner from Forest House. Yummy, drools, what else?


Great experience ever

A travel blog entry by lubby27

... myself because of the other people comments of me that is my embarrassing moment every time I heard a bad comments when my mother talk to me again she said don’t be negatives about of other saying just ignore them instead of wasting time of them just do a solution to make them wrong of what they think to you and because of that advice I decided to start a diet .

One time my friend teaches me how ...

Busing to Baguio

A travel blog entry by feliciawong


... trike drivers, who, just a second ago were languidly lounging around, suddenly sprang into action, chasing after the bus for us, screaming HEY! BAGUIO! BAGUIO!

In our haste, we almost forgot to pay our trike guy. We manage to shove 40pesos at him (US$1), including a 10peso tip, and clumsily ran for the bus with our backpacks. Thankfully the ruckus raised by the trike guys worked, so we manage to fling our bags into the cargo hold of the bus, jump on ...

On Climbing Mountains...

A travel blog entry by lilly_annew


... have to spend four days of traveling time and only get one day to actually do something in Sagada. We decided instead to hire a taxi to drive us along the highway to the highest point, stopping along the way for pictures and then driving us back to Baguio. It took us a good hour to escape the cities but, finally, we got to see some of the beauty of the mountains. The Ifuego people of the Cordilleras are known for their terracing rice fields, many ...

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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good