Alicia Hotel

Address: Capt. F. Aquende Dr, Albay, Legaspi, Luzon, 4500, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Capt. F. Aquende Dr, Albay, Legaspi.
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      Swimming With Whale Sharks... INCREDIBLE!

      A travel blog entry by brettandemma on May 07, 2014

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      ... It kept rising up and down and and some points we was no more than 2 metres away almost able to touch it! It was so big but swam with so much finesse, it was absolutely incredible and almost mesmerising. Occasionally it would dive further down but luckily it kept coming back up and we swam along side it for 40 minutes! Which is almost unheard of. Finally after 40 minutes it did dive away and we re-boarded the boat ...

      Legazpi Trip

      A travel blog entry by ruchika18 on Apr 04, 2014

      5 photos

      ... The city comprises two districts: Legazpi Port, and Albay District.

      As we were travelling from Cebu we had to take a connecting flight from Cebu Mactan Airport to Legazpi via Manila, where we were joined by the three couples. Mehul and Binnie Siddhpura our Gujarati gadget freak couple, and to mention the one who carry there famous Theplas in all trips, a plus for going along with a Vegetarian couple. The other couple was a recently married couple ...

      Swimming with Whale Sharks!

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jan 23, 2014

      27 photos

      ... rice, and very tasty. All of the food has been great, and since we are in a different region now, the Bicol region, we are going to try to local food here. It is supposed to be nice and spicy, which we love.
      The afternoon was spent relaxing and enjoying very nice massages. At $12 for an hour massage, the pricing is a bit higher than Cambodia, but still a bargain.
      Donsol has become famous for the abundance of whale sharks that frequent the waters ...

      Pigs Heads, Mount Mayon and Christmas

      A travel blog entry by wadester on Dec 18, 2013

      46 photos

      ... had been killed in early 2013 whilst climbing the volcano we decided to keep our distance and admire it from afar!
      We had a great time in Legaspi and were lucky to spend Christmas with the family. Christmas Eve is the main event of this holiday so all of the family came round to exchange presents. Then the party moved on to Pa’s house where we had the Christmas dinner of pigs head and ...

      Day 63, Legazpi

      A travel blog entry by anouskamakeup on Mar 15, 2013

      7 photos

      ... been no sightings for 4 days. He briefly swam near a magnificent whale shark, their size and grace is truly amazing. Unfortunately because of the heavy cloud formations his boat only found one. But he said it was well worth the trip for this once in a lifetime experience. Dinner in the hotel restaurant was delicious! I had the most sumptuous, fall off the bone ribs in a mango glaze with mashed potato and veggies. As my Bermudian cousin would say... 'To die ...