Canoe Beach Resort

Address: Pundakit, San Antonio, Zambales, Pundaquit, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pundakit, San Antonio, Zambales, Pundaquit.
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    Travel Blogs from Pundaquit

    San Narciso

    A travel blog entry by mrr2012 on Dec 03, 2012

    12 photos

    Мы уже в Филип 80;нах. Здесь (на север 77;) все хорош 86;. Погод 72; супер. В начал 77; мне казал ...

    Sailing at last

    A travel blog entry by jamesh1066 on Apr 04, 2011

    1 photo

    Finally, we are able to leave Subic Bay. The faulty raw water gasket is fixed and we are ready to leave the marina. Not before some drama. With boats even a 'simple' task can have consequences. With no engine but needing to refuel whilst it is high tide (our draw of 1.8 meters is too much for the refueling area at anything but high tide) we are to be towed to the Diesel station. However, at 50ft ours is not a small or light vessel. As the ...


    A travel blog entry by jencinitas on Mar 18, 2011

    34 photos

    ... ginataan (coconut milk dessert with rice powder balls, tapioca balls and various fruits and sweet beans) and halo-halo (shaved ice with fruits and beans and condensed milk). One night, we even had a treat of Philippine cobra, adobo style. Found in the rice fields, eating this BBQ style, was both a delicacy and a form of critter control. Not only did we have steamed rice with every meal—we had rice in almost every form! Freshly harvested rice ...

    Back to our routine

    A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Mar 05, 2011

    1 comment

    ... While we were there I decided to get a hair cut. It costs all of 150 pisos which is the equivalent of about three US dollars, so it really wasn't going to break the bank. They washed my hair and we talked about what I wanted them to do (just a trim, I was very specific!) and finally they sat me down in the chair in front of a mirror. I wasn't really paying attention (one of the ladies was rubbing my shoulders while I was waiting, it was AMAZING) when I looked into ...

    Filipino Familiarity

    A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Oct 21, 2010

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... into the crater where a sole island poked out from the water, giving it the distinction of being the island in the lake on the island in the lake on the island. Yeah, that’s correct; I checked the math. Not to take away from the scenic beauty, the “volcano” aspect of this volcano existed only in the form of geothermal springs and steamy mist rising from the ground. No lava to satisfy my boyhood desire to poke at with a stick. With no hard feelings, the item ...