Linaw Beach Resort and Restaurant
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... found out that PHP 20 was the real price.
After we arrived at the terminal we found a jeepney which was supposed to depart at 16.00. We paid PHP 25 per person to Alona Beach. After waiting a little bit we jumped in the jeepney and left. In the beginning it was pretty much empty but after some 10 minutes of driving it made a short stop and a lot of people joined us. We counted some 30 people but then on the way even more people were hopping in, especially school kids who were ...
... of Oslob, just short of the Tanawan site. The whole province, including Tanawan, is referred to generally as Oslob, so I understood their incredulity.
“Yes, we want to stop in Oslob.” we assure the conductor, and he eventually halts the bus at the far end of town.
In the stinking sun we meander our way back into the very beautiful and quaint village of Oslob and make our way to our accommodation. We’ve not been here 5 minutes and we like this ...
... the ferries don't run, because of the waves. However, on Tuesday/Thursday and Sundays, the shipping ferry runs taking walk on passengers as well. We could not buy tickets until Sunday and the ticket office opened at 9 a.m. So, we went there on our motorcycle, only to behold a crowd of about 150 people all pushing their way up to this ticket wicket. No such thing as a line up here in this country!!!! You have to give the ...
... rarely are amateur photographers such as us able to photograph them which was soon about to change as through a door and over a small bridge lay a sanctuary, no bigger than a bungalow, surrounding by netting and absolutely rammed with beautiful plants, flowers and hundreds of varying species of butterflies, flitting around from flower to flower, some small and brown and some very large and vibrant. The guides would pick them up and put them on your hand so you could ...
... 120 a night, including a fairly sensational buffet breakfast. The Isis Resort here at Panglao is situated in about as idyllic a locality as the good earth can offer at a cost of $75 a night - now $77.50 with a bar fridge included! Little wonder the Philippines are being over-run with aged (says he! - let's make it aging!) Aussies.
On that topic, my economic newsletter yesterday quoted the Economist Intelligence Unit asserting that: ...