Family Inn

Address: Batad, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Batad, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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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 ...

Shark fest, cave diving what next?!

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Mar 12, 2013

31 photos

... the sharks in the cave. So there we were for the first time in our short diving experience descending into a black hole containing lots of sharks! We were issued with torches and there were sharks 'sleeping' either side as we swam slowly through the cave to the other end. Coming out the other side was remarkable. As we saw blue light again approaching the exit to the cave we were faced with a number of sharks circling above us - an image that we will both never ...


A travel blog entry by smileyriley on Nov 14, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

... Malapascua is the Monad Shoal dive site, which is the only place (known) in the world that Thresher Sharks are regularly spotted at depths around 26m. Thresher sharks live in much deeper water but come up to these shallower depths for the cleaning stations. We had to wake up early (4:30am) and get on the boat (5:00am) to get to the dive site at sunrise. Unfortunetly our small motor boat had issues starting so what would normally be a quick 5 minute ride to the big boat turned into a ...


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 ...

Malapascua - Advanced Diving & Thresher Sharks!

A travel blog entry by daniellejohnson on Jul 07, 2012

... dive, I'd already be there. I hung out all day and unfortunately they didn't end up doing the dive so I waited around until Lexi and Jason finished their dives for the day. I signed up for the sunrise dive again so I could have a chance to finally dive with some friends (I did all my advanced dives with some older Germans), and hoped with the small possibility that I'd see a manta ray then. After they got back we hung out with their scuba instructor Jules and some of the divemasters, ...