Paraiso Don Juan Beach Resort

Manangat, Luzon, Philippines | Resort

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World Famous Rice Terraces

A travel blog entry by kyley


... rested as long as we could before the grueling 40 minute hike back up to the stairs, then pushing with the last of our strength up the 421 stairs.

But, we all made it! And I think the exhausting trip is part of the journey, gives you a real appreciation for the work that goes in to building and maintaining the terraces, plus living in Batad. One guide told us there's talk of putting in a cable car to view the terraces, which ...

Awesome stay

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4


... headed straight for some food because it was getting pretty late. We went to the same restaurant we had breakfast the day before, but they had run out of food and were closing for the evening. They pointed us in the direction of another local restaurant just down the street. They said the done good cheap food and they weren't wrong. I ended the day with a nice meal and beer. Perfect. The following day we were defiantly going to Sagada. We checked out ...

Certainly lives up to the hype.

A travel blog entry by richierich33


... found out that the tour group treks don’t actually pass through Pula but instead take a short-cut to Cambulo village which is a much easier route and takes about 1hr less! From Awan-igid i walked 45mins down the road to the Banaue viewpoint from where i was given a lift back to town by a very kind Philippino couple. I then showered and changed back at the Greenview Lodge {100 peso for non-guests} before taking the night bus back to ...

Day 0-1 (from Manila heading to Baguio and Camp 2)

A travel blog entry by tintin_824


... adobo ang aming ulam na may kasamang mainit na kape. Naenjoy ko ng bongga ang hapunan. Matapos nito ay nagpahinga narin kami dahil Maaga pa kami kinabukasan upang masaksihan ang Sun Rise sa tuktok ng bundok.

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Philippines - Rice Terraces in North Luzon

A travel blog entry by suzvarey

... way quickly back to the hostel to avoid the impending thunderstorm and immediately jumped in the shower. To my utter astonishment the shower I had chosen actually had hot water and it was possibly one of my happiest moments as I finally managed to warm up after our caving expedition. The next day, Eric and I went our separate ways as he headed back towards Manila and I stayed for another night in Sagada. My last few days in the Philippines were fairly uneventful as ...


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