Anilao Outrigger Resort

Address: Mabini, Batangas Province, Calabarzon Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Mabini

        Moma Says Don't Spit! (Banaue, Philippines)

        A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 04, 2015

        118 photos

        ... at the ingenuity that created all these rice fields. There were no bulldozers or heavy equipment to help when these things were made thousands of years ago, only man and his determination and creativity. Also, you can see people far below working in one of the rice paddies. It must be a hard day's work to get to the fields and then to bring the rice out when it is harvested.

        Later in the day, on my trip to Sagada, I see all the Banaue Rice Terraces ...

        Sleepy Banaue

        A travel blog entry by noha.elhakeem on Jan 27, 2015

        3 photos

        ... it. MOre beautiful stratified fields of rice, still in the planting stage. Puddles of bright green rice nurseries getting ready to get planted. We took a short break and made our way back up to where our jeepney was waiting for us. We decided not to do the Batad waterfalls (it was another 2 hour walk AND it was freezing). What's the point of going to a waterfall if I wasn't going to go swimming? We got back to our homestay and were thinking "OMG, what are we gonna do all ...

        Philippines - Banaue

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

        84 photos

        ... of Banaue. We also had to figure out when where we going to depart from Banaue or to say it better if we wanted to see something else before departing. I really wanted to see another town in the north called Vigan because it was supposed to have a lot of Spanish architecture and it was one of a few cities not damaged during the WWII. When we started to make calculations we realized that if we wanted to see something more we wouldn´t have enough time so even though we were ...

        Rice terraces everywhere

        A travel blog entry by kyley on Feb 17, 2014

        29 photos

        ... the bar.

        On the way from Bontoc to Banaue the driver slowed down so we could see/take pictures of a bus crash that had happened just the week before! A bus had flown off the edge of a cliff, killing maybe 12-17 passengers? Including two Canadian and a Dutch tourists! I'm truly surprised it doesn't happen more often- the roads are crazy, the cliffs are steep, the buses are in average condition and totally overloaded with people and stuff.


        Certainly lives up to the hype.

        A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Jan 16, 2014

        25 photos

        ... which meant it was predominantly uphill all the way. Once again there are no signposts or directions anywhere en-route which lead to me having to back-track a couple of times when i took the wrong path. Took me 1˝ hrs to get to Cambulo village, then 2˝hrs from there to Pula village. It was then another 3hrs to the road head at Awan-igid. It was certainly hard work but very exciting traversing the narrow rice terraces especially up to Pula. ...