Hayahay Resort

Address: Alona Beach, Tawala, Bohol, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Alona Beach, Tawala, Bohol, is near Loboc River Cruise and Mahogany Forest.
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      Travel Blogs from Bohol

      Saigon, Manila to Bohol

      A travel blog entry by sojealous on Mar 08, 2014

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      ... bit cloudy today but still very hot. We have lunch at the beach and in the evening we eat at the resorts restaurant.
      12 March
      Wake up to rain which is a slight drizzle but by the time we have had a swim, breakfast and a walk it is raining very hard. We discover a lot of resorts down a lane back out of town however they don't have access to the beach as the big hotels have stopped access, so quiet a walk.By 1pm the rain stops,we check things out and head for the ...

      Venturing around Bohol

      A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Feb 21, 2014

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      Today we got up early and enjoyed a McDonald's breakfast. Unbelievably even McDonald's serve rice! Rice appears to be taking over the world. After breakfast we collected our bags and headed to the bus terminal to catch a Jeepney. It was jam packed, no leg room here! People were squashed together 11 either side plus some were sat on stools in the narrow isle reducing the amount of ...

      The Chocolate Hills

      A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Feb 08, 2013

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      ... Bilar and then on to Carmen where the hills were - pretty much in the centre of the island. Along the route were church's and old administrative halls and large houses reminiscent of the Spanish colonisation of the Philippines - now looking weathered and a bit overgrown they still stand out from the road side. St. Augustines church on the coastal road before Loay was particularly stunning. The road was windy with a steep gradient as ...

      Tarsiers and world class wreck diving!

      A travel blog entry by lucyhelliwell on May 10, 2012

      ... of coconut wine getting ******!  Then we had a walk through a village in the mangroves, all the wooden shacks/homes are on stilts above the mangrove swamp. It was like going back in time with women scrubbing clothes on metal washboards, kids playing with a wheel, rolling it down a path with a stick. Everyone said hello and a group of guys offers for us to go and drink with them (bottle day!).  Later we bumped in with andy and had a burger and chips with him, then made our way ...

      Find Your Island Paradise in Bohol, Philippines

      A travel blog entry by travelmpq on Feb 08, 2012

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      ... the native Filipinos, one that hearkened back to the “blood brothers” ceremony of the Native Americans. Unfortunately for the local people, the Spanish colonizers gave as much
      credence to the treaty as Custer’s cavalry gave to pacts with the Sioux. A huge bronze sculpture depicted the ceremony on the site of the treaty, a cautionary tale for
      indigenous peoples.

      Our next stop was at a small viewing site for the all-but-extinct Tarsiers, ...