El Galleon Beach Resort & Hotel

Address: Small Lalaguna, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Small Lalaguna, Puerto Galera, is near White Beach Puerto Galera and Mt. Pukansan National Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews El Galleon Beach Resort & Hotel Puerto Galera

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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera

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

    A travel blog entry by paranoidchicken on Mar 30, 2010

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... apparently even in sections of Manila from time to time, a city of 11 million people) but in the smaller cities/towns/villages they usually happen once per day. People certainly don't make a fuss about it as it is expected and besides, what the hell are you going to do about it?

    We finally board the ferry and it's a painless ride over to the island of Mindoro. The picturesque islands and hot blue sky stream by as I lazily smoke a cigarette. I ...

    Men and their sharks

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 06, 2009

    5 photos

    ... He didn't take off swimming but was just pointing. I closed the distance and saw that he was pointing at a large hawksbill turtle. Fantasmictableawesomenss. He was at 77 feet and looking for food. he found some and just sat there munching away as we came right next to him for photos. Oh it was glorious. I could have touched him but I don't believe in bothering the ...

    Lady boys and philippino rum.

    A travel blog entry by trow814 on Feb 22, 2009

    38 photos

    ... we waited a long time for everyone to get off- they couldn't bring the boat all the way to shore so they had a wobbly piece of wood placed onto a smaller boat. We didn't know if Kara and Willie were at the first or second stop- Kara said they'd probably be at the second. I went up top to see if I could see her waving but I couldn't make out what anyone looked like from that far away so when I thought I saw her I just ...


    A travel blog entry by shorty1964 on Feb 08, 2008

    ... own morning session at SIDC. We joined together and broke out into pre-arranged groups. Imagine this - there are about 6 or 7 people in each group and about half of them are Canadian. The Canadians speak English - not Tagalo. The Filipinos speak their language and English. Some people's English is better than others but we manage to understand each other and help each other through. We had a dialogue yesterday afternoon, this ...