|Hammock of Baguio City|
One of the tasks featured in the book "2001 Things To Do Before You Die" is hanging a hammock in the living room. I haven't actually hanged a hammock in my living room (solely because of lack of space for it!), but I love hammocks and have one hanging in the front yard of my house.
|Hammock of Bicol|
It normally consists of one or more cloth panels, or a woven network of twine or thin rope stretched with ropes between two firm points such as trees or posts.
| Hammock of Quezon Province|
Hammocks were developed by native inhabitants of tropical regions like the Philippines for sleeping.
|Hammock of Bohol|
There are currently a wide variety of hammocks available and popular in the Philippines usually for relaxation and used as a lightweight bed on camping trips.
|Hammock of Boracay|