Tia'S Pension House

Poblacion, Mambajao, Camiguin, Mindanao, Philippines | Pension
 

Travel Blogs from Mambajao

The island of Camiguin

A travel blog entry by kyley

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... befriended the goats while I took photos.

We popped in to a cold springs (too cold for my liking!) and had a little dip while fish nibbled on our toes. It was starting to rain, but not too much, so we weren’t really bothered when we hopped on the bike. Ten minutes later it was pouring and we were riding around on a motorbike in our shorts and t-shirts. We held on in the rain as long as we could before taking shelter in a café on a lagoon to ...

The Sunken cemetery

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad

12

... Jeepney to Dumaguete city and a Habal-Habal to the city port. From there we took the ferry to Tagbilaran on Bohol and a bus up the road to Jagna port to get the ferry to Camiguin. Arriving at Benoni port on Camiguin we took a Jeepney to Mambajao. We were shattered and Kirst was not in a good place poor thing. By Monday K had recovered enough and we hired a moped from Perry's Pizzas to explore ...

Never trust the internet reviews!

A travel blog entry by jonandrose

5

... the whole foreign tourist trade only seems to infuriate there efforts.

I cant feel sorry for them as they live in a beautiful area but here I am escaping the UK for the same reasons ?

There are many British, Australians, Americans, Germans all with the same thing in common they come here to live cheaply and find a local woman to live with and look after them, each to there ...

Reaching HOME..whatever it takes

A travel blog entry by voilef

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... faces of my officemate and each member of her family.. it was obvious that they have missed each other much since it was years back when they had last seen each other. And finally, another reunion, another time to spend together as a family. Its really amazing how we would exert such great effort, money and time (sacrifice going through a rough and long travel...whatever it takes) just to be with family and loved ones again.

Dipolog is a beautiful City. It's ...

Tribes of Mindanao, the Higaonon.

A travel blog entry by aliawan

3

... that are centered around the eight main rivers of their "Ancestral Domain". The tribe is divided into peaceful and warrior clans, nowadays all groups exist in peace with eachother. They are true peace loving people and also known as weavers of peace. The strive for peace is expressed in their traditional fabric, the Hinabol. The term Hinabol is a Binukid term for handwoven textile from the south of the Philippines and ...

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