Capt'n Gregg's Accommodation

Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera - We finally made it!!

A travel blog entry by emmahodgin


... girls were in here alone. This was followed by some of the dancers asking us what drink we wanted and we felt obliged to get one so we shared a cocktail. one of the dancers introduced herself and told us that she was 21 and had a baby that was 4 years old, she was incredibly proud that she had made it to dancer status in the bar. We headed towards home and stopped off at the local Philippino hangout to get some freshly cooked seafood and meat and ...


A travel blog entry by gordo2012


... fruits of the sea.

Phil me up!

Which brings me to Philo downside #1: Food. Possibly the highlight of a trip to anywhere else in Asia is food. Not so here. Despite the tropical climate, fruits are in short supply. The Philos simply aren’t interested in them. They prefer pork and lots of it – the fattiest parts and bits with bones especially, which they will offer up to foreign guests of honour with pride. They also eat ...

Watch out for the sandflies!

A travel blog entry by gemmandmatt

... back to Mindoro Occidental (West side of the island, east is know as Mindoro Oriental oriental). Sadly the longer option was a lot cheaper so this is what we ended up doing. The 2nd ferry was a ro-ro ferry which was the complete opposite to the boat to Sabang (and from White Beach). The upstairs deck was for passengers where there were plastic benches or bunk beds to relax on and watch filipino tv (which is fantastic! Think banzai meets pop idol meets ...

A Holiday Reprieve

A travel blog entry by bryantpark


... right by the entrance to Muelle cove. From a distance, the island looked sparsely populated and we were hoping to find a deserted beach somewhere. We were having second thoughts at first since it seemed like a long way across a choppy channel with heavy boat traffic. In the end we made a go at it.

Leaving the cove was quite uneventful. Once we got to the middle of the channel however, things started to get rough. The passing boats and ...

Sabang Part 3: Yet More Diving and Distractions

A travel blog entry by paranoidchicken


... diving, dry suit diving and the list goes on and on.....most of which have been completed in both schools, PADI and SSI. So there's no question in my mind that this guy has got the experience necessary to deliver professional training. The question surfaces: Do I have what it takes to make it through?

Whatever the case is I sign up and begin my training immediately. The days tend to start between 8 AM - 9:30ish and end anywhere from 4 PM to 5:30 PM ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in Puerto Galera, is near White Beach Puerto Galera and Mt. Pukansan National Park.
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