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TravelPod Member ReviewsDriftwood Village Sipalay
Very convinient, and located in a gorgeous place, offers goos service, affordable, and really good food, from german delicacies to filipino food or amazing pizzas. Staff really nice and helpful, the hut was nice and clean.
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Esta playa es del color del azucar de caña.De ahí el nombre. De hecho, en el camino desde Iloilo hasta bacolod, donde hice noche, no se veian más que camiones con la caña de azucar cargada, y plantaciones a donde miraras. Esa primera parte de mi viaje hasta Sugar Beach la recuerdo con horror, porque fue en una furgoneta, sentada en el asiento que …
... and then were shown to our little Nipa hut. When I say little I mean little, it fitted the double mattress, our bags and 1 of us standing! But we were only sleeping there and had a nice little veranda to sit out on if we wanted. We instantly loved the area, it was exactly what we were looking for, hammocks under the palm trees, sunsets over the empty ocean and games of crib at the bar.
... asked our names.
I got to the beach at the same time as some teens were arriving on a boat, so we chatted for a bit and they took some pictures with me J back to Sugar Beach for the sunset, then had dinner at my resort, Sulu Sunset, with three Germans who visit Sugar Beach for two months every year! They said they’ve travelled around most of the world, and Sugar Beach is the best place, so now they just stay ...
... and a lot of slippery passages, so we simply visited Sumaging separately. This was a slippery-stepped cave with some obscure human bones nestled near steps!
Our final visit was to see ‘hanging coffins’ in a lovely area of Echo Valley, where centuries-old coffins are also fixed into the side of limestone caves!! The animistic Applai people clearly prefer to bury their dead in caves, but it appears that the gods require the sacrifice of ...
... s mother were invited then, closest friends actually.
When we got in at the resort, we paid our entrance fees. It has an entrance fee of P15.00 only per head. There are also cottages that people can stay. The cottage's rate depending on the size of it, We ate first, before roaming around the resort. Took unlimited pictures of ourselves. The next day, we roamed around the plaza either or their leisure ...