Gingoog Mountain Air Hotel and Restaurant

Address: Dona Graciana Street, Gingoog City, Mindanao, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Dona Graciana Street, Gingoog City.
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      Camiguin Island Diving

      A travel blog entry by diver_don on Feb 08, 2015

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      ... three sites within Marine Protected Areas closest to Mindanao. Our third dive was all about Giant Clams. IUCN Red List vulnerable and conservation dependent - we visited a conservation site. Government agencies and Japanese NGOs have set up a project whereby the local fishing village cares for the Clams, operating a nursery, tending them ...

      Mantangale Dive Resort

      A travel blog entry by diver_don on Feb 07, 2015

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      Four days of great diving at Mantangale Alibuag Dive Resort. A family run resort in Balingoan, Northern Mindanao (which this app refuse to acknowledge the existence of). Alibuag means fresh water stream of which their are several that emerge underwater to create an interesting marine environment. Where the fresh water seeps from the ocean bottom it produces a halocline that looks almost like smoke underwater. It is also much colder - ...

      Shore Diving on Mindanao

      A travel blog entry by diver_don on Feb 05, 2015

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      ... Suites - for the princely sum of $18CA/night. Located in a central residential barangay (barrio) that is teeming with life. It is said that the Philippines most important export is people and that a major slice of its GDP comes from remittances so it should be no surprise that it is crowded and an overwhelming majority are poor. Diesel fumes hang in the air like smoke from an open fire. The traffic is complete anarchy with the only rule being "fortune favours the bold". Somehow it ...

      White Water/Inner City

      A travel blog entry by diver_don on Feb 03, 2015

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      ... us tourists. This afternoon was spent exploring the sprawling Cogon Market, which is the beating heart of CDO. It seems as though every Jeepney route in the city converts there and it pulses 24/7. Over the years I've seen quite a few markets in different countries but I don't believe I've seen anything on quite this scale. It was a strange thing to be in a sea of humanity and stand out as the only visible foreign tourist. No hassles or ...

      Tarsiers and fireflies on the loboc river

      A travel blog entry by tai_and_sarah on Jan 21, 2015

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      ... more money from the atm, the closest atm was about an hours drive away and we decided to use the public transport to get there. We stood on the side of the road and tried to flag down jeepneys, one eventually stopped for us and we jumped in the back. We got to the mall and I was delighted to find some nice shops where I bought some jeans – everyone here is my height so I have no problem in getting trousers that are the right length for me! We then got a ...