Anilao Outrigger Resort

Address: Mabini, Batangas Province, Calabarzon Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Mabini.
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    Travel Blogs from Mabini

    Banaue, Philippines

    A travel blog entry by shayles on Jan 20, 2015

    11 photos

    ... on a hike up a mountain road. Along the way I met a group of teenage girls and one was very friendly. She explained her cousin and classmate had been killed yesterday and they were going up to pay their respects to the family. But she wanted to walk with me and stopped for me to take pictures along the way. A very sweet girl. As we head up the hill, she sees her friends off and invites me into her house to meet her family. She leaves me with her ...

    Of Rice and Men

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 27, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... s no way we'd be travelling anywhere with two of us feeling this bad. But we made it to Baguio, a city but more beautiful for being set in mountain scenery, and we grabbed a taxi to a back street Randy (our next guest house owner in Banaue) had told us to go to in order to hopefully find a mini bus doing the journey.

    And for a few minutes it all became so easy. There was a bus there ready to take us. Ready to take us when full, and I mean full. Which meant ...

    Philippines - Banaue

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 30, 2014

    84 photos

    ... which was PHP 800 for 4 of us;

  • Jeepney which was PHP 100 per person (but after travelling around the Philippines for a while I would say that it could be even less and they were trying to overcharge us).
  • We finally decided to take the tricycle because using the jeepney there was no option to come back on the same day so we would have to take a tricycle back but we were not sure if there were any or how much they would charge us.

    The ride ...

    St. Marys University, time with cousins and Inasal

    A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 17, 2014

    28 photos

    ... had one motorcycle and one trike for 7 adults and 5 kids. I asked if some of us could take a Jeepney since I've never ridden one before. Marlynn and I take a Jeepney for 10 pesos each, Ronnie's family of 5, Janet and Joshua go in the trike, and Marmone, MJ and Ashley take the motor cycle.

    When we get to the main road to hail a jeepney a newer longer van drove up and Marlynm started to flag it down, I said I wanted to go on a more ...


    A travel blog entry by laurebondoux on Nov 28, 2013

    35 photos

    ... a place called the "saddle" to avoid walking the steep dirt road leading there. The hiking trail was starting from there, going down through the forest for about an hour to reach the first houses of the village. Once in the village, we caught our first glimpse of the magnificent rice terraces, shaped almost like an amphitheatre around the small village. These terraces were built more than 2000 years ago by the Ifuago tribe and are now part of Unesco’s ...