Hale Manna

Saavedra, Moalboal, Moalboal, Cebu, Visayas, 6032, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moalboal

The harp and the personal butler

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Feb 14, 2013

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... our private butler drew back the curtains to our romantic valentines dinner. A candle lit dinner table and orchid petals delicately positioned across the table and floor in our villa garden. The backdrop was a beautiful sunset reflecting on the sea and the Badian mountains, and music emanating from our own harpist in the corner. It couldn't have got any more perfect. The sunset turned in to a clear moonlit starry night, with only ...

Day 5 -- Paradise!!!~~ A place I will never forget

A travel blog entry by mae629 on Dec 31, 2012

... go for another 2 hrs hike. Jerry the guide said that the cave is paradise. Hmmm. I wonder what it would be like. He mentioned that he is married and his family lives all the way on the other side of the mountain. As we walk I was trying very hard to not to trip over and get my shoes wet. Turned out that I was too clumsy. Haha. And when I looked over to Jerry, he was only wearing slippers, and he could walk around like Tazan. ...

Not so Good Friday

A travel blog entry by baliblisters on Apr 06, 2012

... me very
firmly in the forehead but fortunately not doing much damage. Not
long after we received a very cool reception from the down town Cebu
residents when some street kids decided to pelt us with fruit through
the open window, fortunately missing.

arrived in the South Bus Station without any further attacks, brushed
the inch deep layer of dust off our bags and jumped in a taxi to
escape to the more pleasant Uptown area. We were so relieved to ...


A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Apr 02, 2012

... she has been there too.
I'm bored of Asia. Yeah there are differences between the countries we have been to and the towns but they aren't huge differences. I'd be reinvigorated by a trip to say Australia or India as it would be a huge change in culture. On the whole, bar a few alterations from place to place it's roughly the same. I'm not suggesting for a second that these places don't have hundreds of amazing things to do it's just we have had our fill.
The ...

The BFGs

A travel blog entry by baliblisters on Mar 18, 2012


... was an adventure. We loitered by the roadside, getting a
fair bit of attention, even at 6.30am. I long to be told that I'm
beautiful in the UK as I am here, at 6am, no make-up on, hair
unbrushed, wearing the same clothes I've worn for days! We finally
saw a jeepney and hopped on, paying 20P each and jumping off an hour
or so later at Dalaguete, again a very un-touristed town. We were the
town celebrities for the ten or so minutes it took to grab ...