Grand Regal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... out for the boat alone.
After the usual process of filing permits and manifest by the boat crew we left Sta. Ana wharf at 9 in the morning.
Unlike last year, the weather for this cruise is quite unforgiving with the torrential rain. But that did not dampen our enthusiasm. The boat is fitted with a tent roof and roll ups on the side so getting soaked is not a problem if you don't wish to swim.
... as there are coconut husks, dog's wastes, and garbages.
The resort is good for a family gathering or for a big group because there is a shared kitchen which uses wood or coal for grill. We're lucky that we reserved the only cottage which has its own bathroom and with double bed rooms. Those other groups staying in big cottages have to pay separately when using shared toilets and showers.
... was engrossed in a conversation with some Filipino nurses who were returning back home after a few years away in Canada and the US.
Once they arrived and I met Karen, who has been here about 6 weeks now, then we got down to the business of preparing for the New Year’s program, as well as meeting the children from both the childrens homes and organizing some programs for the village kids. Kim and Karen worked on building some walkways with coconut ...
... welcome. I went to a hotel first called Punta Del Sol. After looking at the place, it wasn't what we were looking for. There was no cable, no internet and not really good snorkeling nearby. I asked how much for a boat trip to good snorkeling and they wanted nearly $150. I told them I snorkeled in the Maldives for nearly ¼ of that and also swam with dolphins in Hawaii for less than that and Hawaii is way nicer, so I gave this place a miss and went on ...