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Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera
... for a cheaper price,bringing you own tent is also recommended to save your budget from the golden price of the hotels). When you are already in the island you can try different activities and water and beach sports or explore the mainland of Mindoro.
(another tip, water is quite expensive in Puerto Galera)
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... and a Pappaya. Nice though.
We arrived in Sagada more North on the island, which is the local town, and, i am glad to say isnt as nice as white beach , with no beach , more shops and restaurants we had some lunch, i tried the local fish called 'Bangus' which was ok, thats it!
Quick trip to the barbers (100peso) , found the others, bk on board, stopped off at a couple more deserted beaches, some swimming , very relaxing we ...
... 300 steps of a fairly steep hill, each level having various statues representing stages of crucifixion. It being Easter there were a lot of Filipinos there. The view from the top of the hill was pretty amazing first thing in the morning.
After Lucban we headed to Bato springs. This seemed like a really cool place for families to go on their weekends. There was basically 4/5 different pools all filled with fresh water from the waterfalls. Each pool was ...
... of apartments - I couldn't believe that they were in a hospital! PGH is a government funded hospital, so everyone receives care, which is awesome. UPM is also government funded, so to my understanding most students do not pay any tuition (obviously it is very hard to get in), but one student told me that if you did have to pay it was about 20,000 Php (~ $500). This makes me very sad when I compare it to my BU tuition!!
On Saturday, we went on ...
... table and 2 chairs and a clear view of the harbor and surrounding islands for only P700 for the night ($16 CAD). I catch a decent shwarma for P50 ($1.15 CAD) and loaf around for few hours before the transformation from day-time Sabang to night-time Sabang sets in, and what a transformation it is.
Around 8 PM the stream of "girlies" starts to flow from unknown destinations towards the girlie bars on the main strip of town. I had no idea ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet