Deep Blue Sea Inn

Address: Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera

Expect the unexpected...

A travel blog entry by tonymylius on Jul 04, 2013

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... back, what a great decision that was, really... Jumped on board and with the assistance of his trusty bamboo stick to ease his boat off the shore, he cranked the old diesel and we were off. Cutting through the crystal clear water enjoying the coast line from the water was magical, palm trees and thatched roof huts nestled on the hillsides. Colourful flags as markers bobbing on the water to mark the port into Puerto Galera. Others Bankas passing by, some with ...


A travel blog entry by gordo2012 on Apr 15, 2012

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... my sister and Seoul goodbye and jetted back down into the tropics where I met up with Sherv and his Philippina wife Gay in Manila.

All reports recommend spending as little time in the capital as possible, and I would agree. In fact it’s generally advisable to avoid big cities in the tropics altogether (with the exception of Pamana City, which I just left yesterday as I write this on a catamaran bound for Colombia). Smog and humidity are ...

A Holiday Reprieve

A travel blog entry by bryantpark on Dec 27, 2010

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... hike down a forest trail. The resort has no beach but you can swim off the dock which is located inside a private cove lined with thick mangroves. Again the scenery is just breathtaking and soothing for tired nerves. With our cameras on hand, we proceed to take more pictures then proceeded to survey the other parts of the resort. That meant climbing a number of steps up the hill to get to the main house. The main house was beautiful and huge ...

Fun travel through Mindoro

A travel blog entry by heli79 on Jun 02, 2010

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... Sablayan. A few more hours on a dusty, bumpy road and a 20 min boat ride Martha, Camilla and I finally arrived at the North Pandan Island.

The island was well worth two days of travel - there was nothing but a few huts for guests, a humble restaurant and a diveshop; the rest of the island was covered by a thick jungle. I'd booked myself for a dive trip to a famous dive site (Apo Reef) the following day, which meant getting up early ...

Sabang Part 1: Diver's Paradise & Other Bola Bola

A travel blog entry by paranoidchicken on Mar 30, 2010

2 comments, 5 photos

... interest or business in. They politely ask if it’s OK if they excuse themselves and I of course oblige. I’m sitting alone and I can feel the eyes on me. I know that if I sit here for much longer the girlies will start to swarm, so I guzzle my beer, settle up and head for the exit.

Ambling down the path to my hotel, I feel the dread of the inevitable he/she that is waiting for me somewhere between my current location and my safety ...

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