Maia's Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Maia's Beach Resort Bantayan Island
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... 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
... My driver asked if I minded driving fast – no, I trusted him – and we made the trip in just two-and-a-half hours.
I was welcomed aboard the 107-foot Atlantis Azores by the American captain, one of four(!) captains onboard. Requirements say two Filipino captains must be onboard, but we divers interacted only with the American and British co-captains.
I booked ...
After lunch, most of the group went on a hike to the centre of Batad, which lay at the bottom of the rice fields. Four of us did a longer trek to a waterfall. It rained pretty much the entire time and we were drenched by the time we were done, about four hours later. It was exciting to be able to trek across the rice terraces, the way we needed to go. The distance was not that far - probably about 3-4 kms - but it was gruelling because we ...
... 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 ...
... through the party again and crashed out at the resort, ready to sleep and dream of Thresher Sharks and pizza!
Our resort was so quiet and it was situated on quite a large beach, in the middle of which was a small headland that jutted out from the shore for around 50 metres or so. The next day we decided to go for a snorkel out into one of the small bays and ended up going around the whole headland. And the tip were some small rocky outcrops which hosted a ...