Almont Inland Resort
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Our last full day on Siargao island and none of us are ready to leave!! There is still so much more we would like to do here and the boys want to keep on surfing. Oh well, we may just have to come back before we leave the Philippines:) We spent the morning exploring on the beach since it was low tide. Brad noticed some of the local surfers walking out to the other side of the reef where the waves were breaking so ...
We rented motor bikes today to do some island exploration. Our resort manager suggested we go to a place called Magpupungko Beach near the town of Pillar. It was about an hour drive from the resort and well worth it. The manager said the the road to Pillar was "mostly good" so off we went. About 10 km from our destination, we discovered the part of the road that was not so good. There was about a kilometre of REALLY ...
... and take some awesome action shots. Our replacement camera does not allow us to download to my phone so you will have to wait to see those pics when we get home. We really love it here in Siargao. Everyone is so friendly and laid back. It is not overly developed like some of the places we have been so it has kept its tropical island charm yet the people ...
It has been a long couple of days! After staying overnight in Cebu, we flew to the island of Siargao. I think I we have found yet another wonderful island paradise. Our room is lovely; we have a queen bed on the main floor and the boys each have a bed in the loft. There is a sliding glass door to the deck which has some seating and a hammock. We are surrounded by palm trees, the weather has made a turn for the better and we are seconds from the beach! After ...
... one must be rich to be able to travel to his/her dream places. I don't think so, of course we have dream places that we really want to visit (like Paris, Korea, Japan, America, etc.) but then real traveler like me :P always grabs the opportunities no matter what and where it is.