Anilao Outrigger Resort

Mabini, Batangas Province, Calabarzon Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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    Exploring Bayombong, Solano, Bambang

    A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 03, 2014

    39 photos

    ... three of us head to Bayombong's capitol park. My uncle and Arnold tell me stories and reminisce of the days when they were single, but they kept reminding me that Uncle Roy was the more successful one. Uncle Roy!?!?!? really? I exclaimed, "yes" they replied. I'll leave it at that and I'll have to bug uncle Roy to tell me stories when auntie Daisy isn't in earshot.

    We head over to the night market to grab some food, for ...

    Day 2-3 (Summit...!!)

    A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Jan 03, 2014

    231 photos

    ... iyak. Katabi lang namin ng tent ang magugulong iyon kaya hindi kami nakatulog ng maayos.

    Kaya naman, pag gising namin ng umaga'y hirap na hirap kami dahil nga sa kulang sa tulog at lamig na lamig pa. But then, hindi parin kami nagpatalo sa hirap na iyon because we all know that its all worth it.

    Alas-3 na ng madaling araw ng magsigising kaming lahat para mag-ayos at mag ...

    2000 year old views.

    A travel blog entry by markmegan on May 13, 2013

    4 photos

    ... br> Despite the rain, the hike was among the best I have every done. The scenery was magnificent and it felt as though I had gone back to take a stroll through the ages. Along the way we would ask people tending their rice terraces for the proper directions and they were always willing to point our the way with a smile on their faces. The people tending the rice terraces were doing all their work by hand, it really lent to the feeling of going back in time.

    When ...

    Banaue - The start of the rice terraces

    A travel blog entry by joandlizzie on Feb 13, 2013

    22 photos

    ... and the infamous jeepney. After the war the philippines had loads of jeeps left over and converted them into the local transport. They're really fun as you can sit on the roof, the closest thing to flying! It can be pretty exhilarating, especially whilst clutching onto your San miguel! We got stuck at one point but were rocked out by some locals! ...

    Scuba Diving in the Philippines

    A travel blog entry by djstarr on Aug 12, 2012

    25 photos

    ... Ironically it was the SIM card salesman of all people. After I got in contact with the driver we were able to meet up and made the three hour drive out to Anilao for my day of scuba diving. Along the way I got a glimpse of what many Philippian towns look like. Most buildings are vibrantly colored to go along with the tropical setting and shanty towns made of sheet metal are a consistent theme throughout the towns. Jeepneys, which are the ...