Camp Holiday Resort

Address: Samal Island, Davao Region, Mindanao, Philippines | Campground
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This campground is located in Samal Island.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Camp Holiday Resort Samal Island

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Samal Island

    Isolation and adventure

    A travel blog entry by travelori on Jul 19, 2014

    28 photos

    ... prepare your own meals as they provide cooking utensils too.
    Another downside of the resort is the lack of electricity but they have a generator available for use anytime however you provide the fuel.

    Now the best part. Although void of long stretch of white sand you can easily find an activity to replace sun lounging. The house reef is full of life and amazing corals albeit not ...

    Highway Vistas

    A travel blog entry by aliawan on Aug 30, 2011

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... spots make this region in Mindanao one of the world's best and most exciting eco-tourism destinations in Southeast Asia.

    Even those who only have time to pull off this road for a moment or so will have the experience of a lifetime, but travelling is supposed to be fun, this main artery has many points of interest along the way and the journey is just as important as your end destination. If you want to make the most of your travel it is worthwhile to get ...

    A Potful of Paint with a Dollop of Rainbow.

    A travel blog entry by saharandreams on May 28, 2011

    27 photos

    ... was that they would filter out any leaves which broke off from the thatch roof. But what actually happened was that the filters had too small holes, and the water could not pass through at all. So the guttering all filled up with water, and then there were these massive explosions as the rivets on the guttering broke and the guttering came tumbling down with screeching, tearing of metal and popping rivets. Then buckets of trapped water exploded over everything. ...

    A swarm of locusts

    A travel blog entry by saharandreams on Apr 23, 2011

    4 comments, 43 photos

    ... and she did not have to pay an agency for finding her the job – they had paid the agency themselves.

    Her second job in Singapore, she got through an agency and the deal was that for her first 6 months, she would only get $50 a month and the rest of her salary would go to the agency to pay their fee. She was signed into a 2 year contract, with a monthly salary of $450 Singapore dollars (roughly the equivalent in NZ$ - or about $300 USD). She ...

    The role of competition and culture in education

    A travel blog entry by saharandreams on Apr 08, 2011

    12 photos

    ... to undertake the same responsibilities and tasks as adults, albeit imperfectly, due to their undeveloped physical structures – thus earning them repeated beatings and scoldings. Child labour was the norm and “education” was the domain of rich children who received private tuition from hired subject tutors and governesses.

    This system is still the norm in many “undeveloped” countries of the world today, where older girls do ...