Linaw Beach Resort and Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... a very distinctive appearance which makes them a very popular attraction. These hills are composed of limestones and some of the ideas as to how these hills formed include uplift of the limestones, faulting, and subsequent dissolution and erosion of surrounding sediments. There are also some nifty local legends including two feuding giants who hurled rocks, boulders, and sand at each other and forgot to clean up their mess after they became friends so there are ...
... selling food so we decided to give it a try. The food was very simple: rice, chicken, noodles and a very good lentil soup. Everything cost us PHP 130, including drinks for the 2 of us.
Then we kept driving to the top of the hill where we could park and continue to the very top of one Chocolate Hill. There was a set of stairs leading to the top from where the view was as expected: a lot of small hills with a brown color on top resembling chocolate. In my opinion it was ...
... some pictures on to my iPod. Before doing so we had a really nice spot of lunch at an Italian takeaway restaurant in the mal. When it came to putting pictures on to my iPod I must of been the apple shop for about an hour or so. The computers weren't working properly. I felt really bad for Aline because she was sat outside in a cafe waiting for me. We finally made it back to our guesthouse around 6pm we both weren't feeling hungry because of the big lunch. I still really ...
... stall, and bantered with a Philippino man who knew more about Canada than most Canadians. The cool part about many Philippine islands is that they are beaches at the water, but as soon as you move inland, they become lush, green, tropical jungles. Driving further inland, we once again got to experience this beauty. We got caught in heavy rain a few times. Luckily, so many people drive mopeds that there are roadside shelters that you can stop at to wait out ...
... ice creams. Sadly some clever person thought it would be ok to go swimming in the sea with the bike key in his pocket (he shall remain nameless!), frantic search revealed nothing but gave a local kid diving for shellfish (?) some amusement. Lovely Elmo the trike driver came to save us and helped negotiate with the owner not to hurt me, luckily he had a spare key which he sold for a very fair 5 pounds and even gave me a ride on the back ...