The Clipper Hotel

Address: 5766 Ebro St. (corner Kalayaan Ave), Makati, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | Inn
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This inn, located on 5766 Ebro St. (corner Kalayaan Ave), Makati, is near Manila Ocean Park, Robinsons Place Mall, Avilon Zoo, and Pan de Amerikana.
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      En Route

      A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Feb 25, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the weight of the cake, there was the vegetable decoration flowers from all sorts of veg (see pic) then there is the map!!! (see pic) this is the area we are sailing in at the moment. Lots if Islands to see shame we can't stop at some of them. We are in the Celebes sea heading for Manilla and then on to Hong Kong. At the moment I am out on deck 7 which is the promenade deck. I am lazing on a sun bed but this is the shady side in the ...

      Love, Gelatissimo.

      A travel blog entry by freeasbirds on Feb 06, 2014

      4 photos

      ... imported ingredients and it's 90%-97% fat free. My heart is beating so fast while choosing my order and there was a sales lady of Gelatissimo, smiling at me and give me some tips because I looked so confused. I love the fact that they're so energetic when they entertain us, their customers. However, they don't have set of tables for us to comfortably eat their yummy ice cream. In addition, the price is a little bit expensive that ranges ...

      One Ma'am in Manila

      A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Nov 21, 2013

      ... apparently it should be back in a week or so. All this made me think was - perfect: complete peace, island hopping with plenty of snorkelling and aimless wandering. I'm intrigued to see the town since being so hard hit after typhoon Yolanda and wondering how they've really been affected.

      In Manila I've managed to knacker myself out (not hard after very little sleep) visiting the key bits of Rizal Park, Fort Santiago, Intramuros and the local food court. Safe to say I ...


      A travel blog entry by rachellek on Jun 03, 2013

      5 photos

      ... carrot and turnip within- with s beautiful ginger and soy dipping sauce- oh my goodness, amazing. The day continued with more sailing around the islands, the landscape was quite dry through here, but the 2 more dives were just as good. That afternoon we pulled up to honestly the most beautiful island you've ever seen - a white sandy beach on this tiny little island- pss island- probably the size of a football field. There were 2 families that live there now as ...

      Fake Purses, Mosquitoes, and a Biker Bar

      A travel blog entry by taylorandkailey on Jan 12, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... swarmed by ladies trying to drag you to their stalls to show you their fake bags. At first, Kailey was far too nice and smiled at all of them. By the end, she was a bartering machine (ok...that was mostly Remy's job). The amount of stuff there was overwhelming, and yet Taylor said it was practically empty compared to when he had been there a few years ago. Kailey did manage to limit herself to one purchase (this time around anyways)..a purse and wallet setting us back 1500 pesos, ...