Travel Blogs from Philippines

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Bohol, Bohol, Philippines travel blog


A travel blog entry by qiandjes


... have been to and I suspect we will see even fewer tourists on the island of Palawan, called "the last frontier". The Philippines have the most amazing underwater snorkeling that I have ever seen. There was a unique underwater cliff with stunning colorful ...

Beauiful!!!!!, El Nido, Philippines travel blog


A travel blog entry by mel_strang

I really wish i had more that 1 and a half days here, this is the most beautiful place we have been on this trip (second to none) the huge cliffs coming out of the sea are just stunning, its hard to explain. Spent our day diving, which is really good ...

Off to the Philippines, Cebu City, Philippines travel blog

Off to the Philippines

A travel blog entry by emmaandpaul


... through Malaysia and classy Singapore. Every time we look on the BBC News website there's a new horror story about the Philippines; typhoons, floods, poverty, terrorism, kidnapped tourists, but the places we plan to see are firmly on the tourist trail ...

Koronadal City, Mindanaos Melting Pot., Koronadal city, Philippines travel blog

Koronadal City, Mindanaos Melting Pot.

A travel blog entry by aliawan


Text and Images by Ronald de Jong The City of Koronadal, popularly known to the local population as Marbel, is the capital city of South Cotabato province, a bubbling, virtual melting pot of contrasting ethnic cultures and influences, many dialects and ...

Home Stay, Tacloban, Philippines travel blog

Home Stay

A travel blog entry by elsat


Helloo, I thought I would give you guys more information on my home stay.  The house is pretty rough compared to American standards.  Cement walls and floors, no real windows, metal barred doors, no shower, and bugs.  My room is about 6 ...

Dora the Explorer Day 2, Tagbilaran City, Philippines travel blog

Dora the Explorer Day 2

A travel blog entry by 7tck7334


Dora the Explorer Explores Day Two - 09/01/10 Day two was a less busy affair, we would eat on the Loboc river, forest camp, blood compact, cave in Panglao and home......The ride to Loboc was well wet, dampening the spirits, and leaving me a little ...

Joy and Preparation, Panglao, Philippines travel blog

Joy and Preparation

A travel blog entry by


Ivy jumped, danced, threw her arms in the air and hugged me.  She had been poring over blogs investigating Australian visa applicants' experiences after taking the necessary medical examination.  Hers had been at St Luke's Hospital, ...

Travelling back in time to Camotes Islands, San Francisco, Philippines travel blog

Travelling back in time to Camotes Islands

A travel blog entry by heli79


Left Cebu City dark and early to board a 5am pump boat to Camotes Islands, which are a remote group of islands a few hours' ride away, to meet Judy-Ann, a child I've been sponsoring through the charity Plan for a few years. At the port I met Frances ...

It's more Fun in the Philippines, Iloilo City, Philippines travel blog

It's more Fun in the Philippines

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel


... tried to maneuver the family's tricycle (a motorbike with a side-wagon – another popular mean of transportation in the the Philippines) which was a great spectacle to watch. Later on we visited the center of Oton where we had a look at the local ...

Snorkeling With Whale Sharks Oslob, Phillipines, Oslob Point, Philippines travel blog

Snorkeling With Whale Sharks Oslob, Phillipines

A travel blog entry by timelaine


After three days on Malapascua island we  headed south to Oslob on the eastern coast of Cebu island. We stopped there to snorkel with the gigantic whale sharks that come into the bay every day to be fed by the locals. We swam with four whale sharks. ...

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