Arizona International Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Station , you can ride a trycle from there. ( Negotiable but most of the time , the fare is 150.00 ) better if you have some relatives or friends living there because its really far.
... in the Philippines. However, an early start and I stepped outside the room to chat to the Divemasters about the plan...oh right, I forgot to mention that our room opened out straight into the dive centre! A mild inconvenience that turned out to be a great help as that morning a huge low pressure system had hit causing a typhoon to head right over us...which meant a lot of wind and rain, then some lightening and a lot more wind and rain, all of which ...
... of it's sublime scenic view.
Tarak Ridge as you may see from the foot of the mountain seems to be calm and quiet, but when we started hiking the place all the impressions we had, with just a blink of an eye changed. The trails are with sharp rocks, grass were even taller than me.... I could hardly see the person next to me and the person I'm following. The gusts of the wind coming from South China Sea pound so hard that even ...
... trip, if not my whole life! Outside in the expansive pool abutting the sea, I waded from the beach into knee-deep water. The dolphin trainer made a signal and moments later a bottle-nosed face popped up in front of me and looked me over with dark, inquisitive eyes. Another signal and My rolled over onto her back. The trainer told me to grab on to her pectoral fins and with another signal we were off cruising out to the floating jetty (pier) where another trainer had ...
... was bright pink and tasted of bubblegum, yuck). Baloy beach is 15 mins from the city and mostly local tourists and expacts come here or live here, the Filipinos speak very good English so that is a bonus.We were shattered so we went for Barrittos and went to bed.
Day two saw us wonder the area, to be honest unless you are on the beach there is not much else here although it is what I see as a ...