Trudi's Place

Alona Beach, Panglao, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Alona Beach, Panglao.
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    Travel Blogs from Panglao

    Panglao Island, Bohol

    A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on Mar 29, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... on the boat was terrible and the weather was still bad so we decided to have some drinks o help everyone cheer up. We played Gin face, where you have to down the drink without pulling a face and few other games that I was really bad at. There was a band on the boat who were singing lots of European songs so we joined in. The sun was now out and the river looked lovely, lots of tall grasses and palm trees surrounded it. We turned a bend and round the corner there were ...

    Bee Farms, Gardens and Grandkids

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Dec 20, 2013

    15 photos

    ... onto the reef, a good 100 metres offshore indicating this is the place... Choppy and dark water, with all 5 of us struggling to dig our gear out of the pack, hand the right masks and snorkels around, and get the flippers on our feet in this tiny little canoe. Needless to say, the Grandma was not terribly enthusiastic at this point. However, as soon as we dipped our masks below the surface, we realized what we were here for, a glorious moving garden of coral and tropical fish. ...

    Last day in the Philippines on tenterhooks

    A travel blog entry by brian.day.5245 on Mar 30, 2013

    3 photos

    ... Cola factory as a clerk.

    In elementary school, on All Saints Days, Ivy sold candles to visitors to the cemetery. Though a small business, in the most literal sense, this was one of her more innovative enterprises. Her clients would place their candles on their family members' tombstones. Eventually, of course they would burn down. Ivy would return to the graves, scrape up the melted wax and sell it back to the ...

    Prison Ships and Delightful Desserts

    A travel blog entry by banyon on Nov 13, 2012

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... the front. As the light is fading we choose a restaurant with a nice view, good looking menu and take a seat nearest the sea. Ian is thirsty and orders a San Miguel Grande (a 1 litre glass bottle of beer - costing a mere 1.20) and is speechless (for once) when it arrives. It takes two grown men to carry it to the table, and another two men to remove the cap. It is a monster. We have never seen a beer bottle this big before. For a moment Ian doubts if ...

    Bumming out in Bohol

    A travel blog entry by the_muzzas on May 01, 2012

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... ll be sorted out, we went there and the airline representative started having a go at us for leaving it so late, we thought chill out mate just extend our visas for us for a day, he looked into it and told us it would be 90 each to do this which wasn't happening, so before we knew it we were booked in on the next flight out leaving in 1hrs time to HK but via a stop off and change in Manila, we agreed yet had to get back to the hotel and ...