Family Inn

Address: Batad, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Batad, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Batad - Homestay in the Heart of the Rice Fields

A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 04, 2014

6 comments, 98 photos

Batad is the poster child for the Philippines' rice terraces, as well as its heart and soul. If you have ever seen any pictures of the terraces, they were probably taken at Batad. The rice fields line the slopes of a hillside shaped like a Greek amphitheatre - a truly beautiful layout. When UNESCO bestowed its World Heritage designation, it gave Batad and four other rice fields 20 million pesos (about $500,000 Cdn) to help conserve the terraces. And in 2011 when a ...

A PARADISE found on Malapascua!

A travel blog entry by oshioshi on Jan 25, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... the simplicity of their lifestyle. These people literally live in a "shack" made if bamboos. There are community wells where water is carried back to private homes. Children as small as toddlers are left outside unattended and roam freely. Kids find entertainment in their natural surroundings, playing games made of bottle caps or wooden sticks. I'm usually not one to be moved by kids but seeing their innocence warmed my ...


A travel blog entry by shirak on Oct 29, 2012

9 photos

After living in quiet countryside in the middle of nowhere, being back in London feels rather overwhelming for me, especially when we head straight into the city centre on our first day to apply for our Chinese visas. Visiting England is as busy as ever for us, and this time sees us packing and moving three times within a few short days.

So I decided that I and Naomi would take it easy. While Phil was ...

Busy Busy Busy!

A travel blog entry by nluz00 on Jun 27, 2012

13 photos

... 2 of the other trainee dive masters and one of them had asked the local dive master if he could drop us at the "old" site because they had to go back to repair a mooring line anyway. He had no problem with this so we were jumping in at the "old" site, which surprisingly had no other boats there! As soon as we got down to the bottom of the line, one of the local DMs spotted a thresher, so we swam in the direction it was heading, on our way over there, one of the trainees spotted ...

First Days on the Island

A travel blog entry by nluz00 on May 29, 2012

... end of it I had to take a final exam, which I passed then was congratulated for becoming an Emergency First Responder! Woo!

After completing the EFR, I'm now qualified to begin my Rescue Diver course! 3 days of learning a ton of procedures and treatments followed by spending 2+ hours in the water constantly jumping in and swimming out and dragging people around and saving pretend dead people. Can't ...