Anilao Outrigger Resort

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

    Exploring Bayombong, Solano, Bambang

    A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 03, 2014

    39 photos

    ... asking my cousin about each plant and tree it turns out that that you can harvest fruit or vegetables or even eat the roots or leaves of the plant. Every thing produced something edible, I though this was fantastic, landscaping that does something, not like the lazy birch tree in Canada.

    Its the end of the work day at the shop and workers start putting away their tools. Three little kids, ages 7 to 3, rush into the shop to ...

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

    A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Jan 03, 2014

    231 photos

    Wake up Call is 3am!

    We had coffee muna before climbing up to mountain.


    So going up to the Summit is another 1 hour at sapalagay ko, this time ay mas matarik na ito, dagdag pa ang napakalamig na temperature at malakas na hangin.

    Hindi pa naman kami masyadong nakatulog last night dahil sa maiingay na kabilang grupong nag iinuman, bukod doo'y may batang iyak ...

    2000 year old views.

    A travel blog entry by markmegan on May 13, 2013

    4 photos

    ... the rain started to come down. This rain wasn't a little trickle either and we took shelter for a bit as the torrent rained itself out.
    Once the rain had subsided a bit we decided to head out. We hiked on the side of mountains and skirted rice terraces the entire way. After about thirty minutes the rain started in earnest again and we got completely soaked. Our main priority was keeping our bags dry, and we did succeed in that quest by tying our rain gear over our ...

    Banaue - The start of the rice terraces

    A travel blog entry by joandlizzie on Feb 13, 2013

    22 photos

    ... the North for a while.

    Famous for it's rice terraces, this area is truly stunning. We got a trikshaw to nearby terraces and explored the local shops where Jane got some weaved bags and souvenirs. That evening we had a nice meal overlooking the valley.

    The next day Allison arrived and we headed north to Batad. We used a ...

    8th wonder of the world

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Oct 13, 2012

    6 photos

    ... I guess its not exactly the John Deere doing all the work that I am used to in Australia. When I finished the rice terraces, several people asked if I rode my horse there and back. I am 29 and out of shape, but I still like proving to myself that I can do physical things. This hike was tough. i was sore the next day, but I did not stop once the whole trip. I still got a little bit of a tough guy in ...