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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... ill in order to meet me. She speaks little English, but she has a wonderfully expressive face and asked me to promise to love her daughter, which i had no problem with We ate at one of my favorite seafood restaurants, the Harbour View with its shimmering few of the Manila Bay, and we were joined by her younger sister Marie and lovely niece Tammy. I've been lucky with in laws, and still remain close with my American/Filipino ...
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