Giddy's Place PADI Dive Resort

Address: 54 Clemente Street, Donsol, Luzon, 4715, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 54 Clemente Street, Donsol.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsGiddy's Place PADI Dive Resort Donsol

      Reviewed by rmcc13

      was ok

      Reviewed Dec 27, 2011
      by (3 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      Was the start of season so it felt like it hadnt quite got into gear yet

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by ryanlovelock

      Back Packer Room

      Reviewed Mar 28, 2011
      by (2 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

      Stayed here two nights. Would not recommend for backpackers as there are a couple other places in town that are cheaper and nicer. This is more of a resort with a couple of backpacker rooms, but the prices for food, tour and drinks are out of my budget. Comes with a free breakfast though. Nice.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Giddy's Place PADI Dive Resort Donsol

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      A travel blog entry by laurebondoux on Nov 28, 2013

      35 photos

      ... sites. One of their particularity is the use of stones to support the terraces walls (as opposed to only soil in many other rice terraces, due to the softness of the soil in that location). This was not the planting or harvest season therefore many of the terraces were only filled with water but the views were impressive all the same. Once in the village, we had the choice to continue hiking to a waterfall or further up the rice terraces. We chose to get closer to ...

      Amazing rice terraces but awful food!

      A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on May 29, 2013

      15 photos

      ... somewhere!

      The ladies that work in the rice terraces were all quite old, well they LOOKED old, probably not but most were so crippled from bending over picking rice it was heartbreaking to see them. They work so hard but took the time to smile and wave at us as we stomped across the rice terraces, keeping to the very narrow stone walls. Yes we did go off piste a little but managed to reach the waterfall and take some fantastic photos.

      Back on the flat we headed ...

      Mountain hike and near death crash

      A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Mar 22, 2013

      1 photo

      ... 6 litres water, fruit, veg and snacks to see us though our stay with the doctor. We then managed to jump on a tricycle as a 'commute' down the hill to Ibalao Ibalao. Three small Filipino woman had already taken the tricycle cab so we squeezed on the back of the bike behind the young driver. We headed off downhill at quite a pace and could tell early on that we were severely off balance. Tom held on with one ...

      Seeking Silence (and finding it)

      A travel blog entry by feliciawong on Nov 27, 2012

      9 photos

      ... entire property is infused with the beguiling, delicate scent of jasmine blooms every evening.

      For a night owl like me, it's really funny that at 7.43pm, about an hour after dinner, now that darkness has taken over the land and the clouds roll in, swirling in eerie mists, I find myself struggling to stay awake. In a place without wifi, 4G connectivity nor cellphone signal, I suddenly found my cicadan rhythm alive and well.

      Mountains Of Rice

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Mar 13, 2012

      1 comment, 46 photos

      ... like car and boat shows, I am amazed that the tourism authorities in the Philippines don't do more with these works of art. And I don't think I took that many pictures...yet.

      We survived our first day, somewhat shaken and stirred, and were spending the night at an eco lodge near Banaue- the rooms were all individual huts built in the manner of ancient native Ifugao cottages and the entire complex had great views of the surrounding Hapao rice terraces. A very ...