Badladz Dive Resort
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... hours we were there. The last past was a walk along the beach to get to our guesthouse. Our room was 5m from the shoreline and we could watch the sunset from our balcony. Not bad indeed.
The actual town we were staying in was called Sabang. The area is best known for its diving and the whole town basically revolves around the tourists that come to dive. We have not been to another place where the beach is lined with dive shop ...
... We are sure going to miss this place and all of our travels too. These past five months have gone by quickly. We are thankful for the blog as it helps keep everything straight. We have been so many places and seen so many things, but truthfully it has just made us all the more eager to travel even more. ...
... the taxi driver got the idea we wanted to get a
taxi to the port of Batangas (a £80 fare) we managed to clarify that
we actually just wanted to go to the bus station (a £1 fare) yo
catch a Batangas bus. Aside from the usual hordes of porters
snatching at our bags to try and drag them onto a particular bus, it
was actually relatively easy to find the correct bus and we even got
charged the same price as the locals (166 Pesos/ £2.30) as indicated
by the ...
... two towns and right on the water. We spent three days hiking to beaches and waterfalls, drinking on the beach, and just enjoying a relaxing few days. The first waterfall we hiked to was a bit of a trek through some forest/jungle. We actually had to go through an indigious village to get there. When we arrived we were the only ones at the falls, which was wonderful and the swimming there was great. After the hike, we had lunch at this Italian place ...
... all arrive at the river about midday. As a result, the cave was relatively deserted when we arrived at 8am.
The river itself was certainly worth seeing but we did think that the Filipinos were stretching it a bit far to claim it's the eight wonder of the world! We took a boat as far as we were permitted to go whilst our guide churned out pun after pun about what we were seeing. All comments were extremely educational of course, including 'look at that rock, ...