Villa Escudero Resort
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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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... Princessa the next morning. Walking though the busy streets, there was street vendors all around. We tried some pork meat balls at the cost of 10ps (25cents) a piece with rice on the side. No forks used here as they simply provided plastic baggies to wrap around your hand. Aside from all the cheap food vendors around, it was impossible to not notice the overwhelming amount of poverty in the city. Elders sitting on street curbs, kids sleeping on cardboard and even babies sleeping ...
... but you could see why.
After the fort we decided to start heading back to our hostel because our feet were killing us from all the walking. We decided to get train back to Vito Cruz and then get some more street food there.
We went into this small market place which had a few little stools there. We didn't really know what we were ordering so we just pointed at a picture. It turned out to be really nice. Our last stop before our hostel was 7eleven where ...
... Mom’s first cousin, Auntie Yolie and her family. It was like having joint custody! They live on opposite ends of the city, which doesn’t sound bad, but you’ve never seen traffic until you’ve ridden/driven through downtown Olongapo. There are of course cars, scooters, and taxis. But you also have to contend with jeepneys, tricycles, pedicabs, pedestrians, and street dogs! Jeepneys are the PI’s alternative to full-size city buses. They look mini school ...
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... too weak and high on rugby to protect herself. At age 8, Maria was identified by ChildHope Philippines and referred to Tahanan Sta. Luisa; a place to heal and learn, a place to feel safe and a place to be loved. Seven years on and Maria has blossomed into a beautiful, caring and talented young lady. She has passed her Acceleration and Equivalency test and dreams of becoming a Street Educator. Now those dark eyes sparkle with the twinkle of hope - the future is bright. Mon ...