Sprawling university campus that starts from the beach upwards to the mountain peaks. Buildings are scattered around campus which is also dotted with rice paddies and fields. During the school term there is much student traffic, with many riding on motorcycles and some on foot. A very nice showcase of Philippine agriculture in one place. One can arrange for visits to research centers working on coconuts, root crops, water buffaloes, Manila hemp or abaca, fruits, biotechnology, etc. There is a small, interesting natural history museum on campus. The campus is conducive for early morning jogging, with fresh air and greenery around you. Nearby is a busy student market place with student eateries, fresh vegetables, fruits, meat. Inside the campus there are two swimming pools. The real bonus is the availability of reasonably priced clean accommodations and dining facilities (reservations needed). Like other campuses, there are many opportunities to learn especially about local agriculture. It was a rewarding and enriching visit.
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