Cabua-An Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCabua-An Beach Resort Mambajao
It was a place where you can really rest. Nice rooms and friendly staffs.
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... water and protecting them from poachers. It has become a major tourist draw for snorkelers and has become a source of pride and income. We were guided by a local named Dendo who has been trained as diver to tend the Clams and guide divers. I'll make a couple more dives tomorrow morning then return to Cagayan de Oro to catch a ferry to ...
... Mercy, El Salvador
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4:10-5:00pm Arrival at Ozamis City Stop over – Coffee break
5:30-9:30pm Travel to Dipolog City (passing by Oroqueta City )
9:30 pm Arrival at Dipolog City Check in at Mibang Hotel, Dipolog City
August 8, 2014
9:00am Breakfast at Che’s residence
10:00-11:15am Tour ...
... arrived and met up with some volunteers who had been there since the day before. After settling into our room, we decided to go visit Katibawasan Falls which was gorgeous! The weather was rainy because there was a Typhoon to the east. In the morning we woke up slowly and tried to get to White Island. This was a very tiny island of white sand and absolutely gorgeous. Fortunately this ...
... and laidback, not similar to the buzzling streets and noise of highly urbanized cities in Manila, Cebu or even in Iloilo. The City is clean too. There are no jeepneys or taxi cabs, just the unique tricycles will take you anywhere you want to go within the city.
Their famous boulevard is also pretty neat. There are lots of stalls or small restos which serves anything you want to eat. What I remember most is the landmark of the city, the big circular fountain ...
... The name Higaonon is derived from the words higa meaning living, the word goan, which means mountains and the word onon meaning people. All togethe these words form the description of the tribe as "people of the living mountains." This tribe, also named "people of the wilderness", is one of the least known ethnic groups that inhabit the hinterlands of North-Central Mindanao. They are scattered over five provinces, ...