Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Boracay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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On crutches we left Coron, upwards to Pandan island/Apo reef!
Again it takes a day to get there but we enjoyed it. First to the other side by small wooden boat and then by bus direction Sabajang. Overthere a nice lady helped us with arranging a small boat to Pandan island, just a short 15 minutes ride.
Because we arrived at sunset we found paradise next day. We had a fantastic buffetstyle meal, no wonder because there is a French "hand " in the lodge.
... Inside the Cave.
The water is also clear and warm. It was slight dark that gives me a reason not to swim :p It was also rocky, its advisable that u have to use floaters that was tied on the sides.
Dip. Sorry blurred, it was hard getting shots since it was dark.
... It was a good visit and really interesting to learn so much about the historical places here.
By the afternoon I was starting to feel very shivery and my throat was sore, so when I came across a returning friend (to the hostel from the islands), I jumped at the chance to have a couple of drinks at the local bar, just to try and cool down and soothe my throat. But within a couple of hours I was coughing and barking and my ...
... a long prayer and various dances. While I was standing in the crowd, I was kindly invited to take a seat of honor, on the stairs next to the 100 year old wise woman of the village. It gave me quite the vantage point. I hope they're able to keep their Unesco status as it is vital in attracting tourists to Batad. Without the income from tourism, it will be tough to maintain the terraces as few people these days choose the subsistence living that has been the Ifugoa traditional way of ...
... i was looking for i could see mud skippers, lizards, and see snakes. It was a pretty interesting experience, although i didnt see the birds, i wanted to see only heard them.
After spending sometime, at the waters edge, looking at the snakes and lizards, i walked back slowly down to the entrance. I then walked over to the captive monkey, which had realised it was on a length ...