Punta Riviera Resort

Address: Ilog Malino, Bolinao, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ilog Malino, Bolinao.
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    Travel Blogs from Bolinao

    Puerto Del Sol

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Nov 21, 2014

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    ... back to Manila for 'Manila Take 3' took off earlier than planned and the flight was shorter than it said! Result! We got a taxi from Terminal 4 to Pasay bus station (P330) and luckily got straight on a bus that took us to Bolinao North of Manila in Pangasinan Region. The bus (P469/pp) was air conditioned and had a film playing which was just a little too quite to hear everything being said and just a little too far away to read the subtitles but still, it ...

    Flash, bang, wallop - what a tricycle

    A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 26, 2013

    10 photos

    ... route your taking. After three of these buses in a row we were aching and sore but managed to get to Anda to a beach called Tondol beach described as the Boracay of the north. It was very pretty but slightly overpriced so after one night there we decided to move a bit further round the coast to Patar Beach near Bolinao town. We had booked a room at a price within our budget at a resort that came highly recommended in the book so we felt quite confident and luckily it was only ...

    My Bolinao experience

    A travel blog entry by france14 on Jun 10, 2012

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    ... are going.. at first I wonder why, but when me and my family went there for a vacation.. I knew already why people kept going there. it is because of its beautiful ambiance and the Beach as well and the sand.. oh the sand! its a white sand and it looks that I have been already to boracay.. =D

    If you are planning to go to bolinao, I recommend you to go to Rock formation, Patar beach, Enchanted cave, and the light house.. This is the places that ...

    Night watch

    A travel blog entry by jamesh1066 on Apr 06, 2011

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    ... bed by 8pm, in readiness for our midnight watch, the bunk is now rolling violently. However, years of sleeping on 747s crossing the Atlantic and Pacific oceans has helped prepare for these scenarios. Sleep comes but is all too soon disturbed as our midnight watch begins. As an ‘enthusiastic amateur’ sailor I am paired with Will for the watch. A novice sailor, from Sweden, he is keen and happy to take the Helm. This is perhaps as well as my ...

    Hundred Islands with Mom and Dad

    A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Feb 20, 2011

    1 comment

    ... destroyed by dynamite fishing they are slowly starting to grow back. Some of my favorite things to see were the long armed, bright blue starfish, Angelfish, and the giant clams. The giant clam field was much larger than anything I expected. The floor was covered by a hundred or so clams. They were usually dark with neon colored spots. They had a big hole-thingy for sucking in water and filtering yummy little food stuff out. Very cool.