Maia's Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Maia's Beach Resort Bantayan Island
Travel Blogs from Bantayan Island
... eatery for 70p. Usually have mango and banana for breakfast. Beer is a pound a litre. Spirits about the same price! No cheese though...
Cold water only and no flush.
Charcoal burner. Sunday roast not possible!
I eat fresh fish most days. Grilled on the burner. Two fish for a pound.
Some drinking establishments
... trip because diving friend Dorothy suggested it in a Facebook post, to see thresher sharks (she ended up not coming), and because the trip dates worked with my itinerary, and the logistics were easier than trying to get to Raja Ampat, which had been first on my list. Unfortunately, the Philippines have been so bombarded in the recent past by cyclones and tropical storms that the waters are churned up, the visibility is poor, and a lot of ...
... island and the little villages. The people here live a simplistic life, but the ravages of the typhoon are too apparent. Still signs of houses that had been ripped to pieces , coconut trees that have taken a sever beaten, and of the remaining coconut trees
only signs of very small coconuts developing . its a sad scene, and stories of boats going completely missing, huge waves menacing the island gives a taste of what the villagers here experienced only ...
... this one topped off with chocolate sauce! Absolutely yummy!! One evening upon our return to the resort, we were also treated to nature light show....lightening flashing across the sky not too far away and creating stunning silhouettes of the palm trees. It was great to just sit and watch it as every so often it felt as though mother nature was flicking the light switch to the world on and off. Sometimes you can feel so small and ...
We made the difficult journey to Malapascua Island for one reason. Thresher Sharks.
The journey was difficult with plane, bus and boat all involved. We arrived at the port long after the last public ferry left and were faced with a private boat for 1500 pesos as supposed to the 80 peso public ferry rate. After chatting to a Filipino who had the misfortune of working on an oilrig off the Aberdeen coast until recently we managed to hitch a lift on another hired boat for a little ...