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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Escudero Resort San Pablo
San Pablo is a city in Philippines. it will take about 3 hours far from the capital city of Philippines, Manila. Villa Escudero is a place owned by Escudero's Family. Hella., it's a very big resort. 1 day isn't enough yet to explore this place. it's a pity, because my friend and i just took 6 hours to explore that awesome parts of this resort. (we have a concert to attend in Araneta Coliseum, Manila at 4 PM).
Not that simply to catch this Resort, because this place is hiding on a -how i called it- a small Forest.
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... I have returned by boat but through Abras De Ilog so I decided to go through Calapan and drive down the east coast of Mindoro to San Jose in the south via Roxas City and then north to Central.
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... leaders to the Manila Hotel for a wonderful evening of fellowship and great food.
Earl Roemer has organized this trip so well! Mostly, it's been shown in showing appreciation to the churches and leaders in the Philippians in the dinners and extra quality time spent in talking and getting to know each other better.
This was a beautiful evening as the Sabbath approached.....
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30 degrees and unbelievably humid - Love it, no cardi or pashmina required! (I did bring them in the handbag though just in case -old habits die hard!!) Last night we had a lovely Spanish dinner- Paella, San Miguel beer and great music. Serenaded throughout dinner!! Today we wandered through Down Town Manila. We explored the walled city of Intramuros, Fort Santiago (the memorial to Dr Jose Rizal who was imprisoned there before his execution in 1896 ...
... They even invited us to dinner, wich was nice because it started raining ALOT and was raining the whole evening. So we just stayed with him and his family at his house that evening.
Woke up early to go sightseeing with Henry. They made breakfast for us as well, soo nice to wake up and get bread, eggs and pancakes! Eat alot and then took the bus to Intramuros, a wall built by the Spanish to protect the city from ...