Villa Escudero Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Room service
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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... safe at the hotel, what were we thinking, obviously too relaxed or dementia was making an early appearance. Quick as a flash and based on the cost of our original fare of 400 odd pesos, I offered the first cab driver I saw 1000 pesos for the return trip to our hotel and back, his agreement was instant, I obviously offered too much, who cares. The trip back in the back of his oh not so luxurious cab with little or no air conditioning was hell. ...
... to treat ourselves to one good hotel night during my month here. Uncle Louie and I split the room cost so it's never too expensive, but this has to be the most I've ever personally paid for a hotel room even with splitting the cost. It worked out well as we were even upgraded to a VIP, which was worth double the fee for what we paid. There was only two other tiers above us, the hospitality suite ...
... and found myself a local bus and jeepney to Taal Lake and Volcano in Batangas, south of Manila. It's meant to be a top ten sight in the Manila area so I thought I'd dip a toe on the other side of mental Manila. And pray for calmer storms...
During the course of the day, I had 3 completely different experiences of a jeepney ride. Following the cheap P96 (£1.36) bus journey that got me from Manila to Tanuwan very easily (although at first I almost didn't get on it!), I was ...
... don't make any sense whatsoever. We have had an amazing time here, we have seen and done so much and experienced so many new things and of course, the one factor that makes this country amazing...the people. They are full of smiles and fun, nothing stresses them out and they are the most hospitable people I have ever met. So thank you to the Philippines, we will miss you....most of you.....but now we are off to a colder place.... Salamat po, paalan. Da ...
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