Canoe Beach Resort

Address: \N, Pundaquit, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Pundaquit

        San Narciso

        A travel blog entry by mrr2012 on Dec 03, 2012

        12 photos

        ... 1077; холод 85;ей 24С. Вода тоже тепла 03;, аж 29С!

        Перву 02; ночь, мы перен 86;чевал& #1080; в 10км от аэроп ...

        Stage 4 Village

        A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Apr 06, 2011

        49 photos

        ... by villagers of all the things they had accomplished once they had the confidence and outside advice.

        Also a part of the program were two routines performed by a dozen elementary school kids.

        One interesting aspect of this presentation was the involvement of an organized youth group. The entire concept p an organized community had been handed down to the ...

        Sailing at last

        A travel blog entry by jamesh1066 on Apr 04, 2011

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        ... the refueling station (under tow) our Skipper settles the maintenance bill and we are ready to leave Port. Excited for the adventures that lie ahead of us. As it is already 2pm we only motor a few hours north. It is pleasing to the leave behind the container ships of Subic Bay and find an unspoilt landscape appearing before us. Resembling very much the central hills of California our motor to the north is pleasant and satisfying. The ocean ...

        Back to our routine

        A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Mar 05, 2011

        1 comment

        When Rene and I first got here everything was different. The smallest things seemed crazy to us. I was reminded of this when my parents came to visit. I realized how much my perspective had changed. They would get tickled over little things like burning trash. Its all just become a part of life now. I had to remind myself that this was all new to them and try and remember what it was like for me when I first got here. I have been trying to remember what seemed ...

        Mayon Philippines 2007

        A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

        4 photos

        ... old Spanish city of Vigan. The cathedral was demolished by earthquakes twice in the 17th century, so it was rebuilt to withstand anything – close to the ground with massive walls - in a style known as 'earthquake baroque’.

        - Walking in the countryside around Sagada. Unique here are the ‘hanging coffins’ – coffins of village elders suspended by ropes from cliff faces.

        - Rescuing a turtle that ...