Pyramid Beach Resort

Address: Bohol, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Bohol

      El Nido: Boat Triiiiiiiiiiip!!!!

      A travel blog entry by mallyface on Feb 04, 2015

      ... we went on to a snorkelling stop. It looked deep and you had to swim a little way away from the boat. I chickened out. Fail! The ride here was pretty hairy as the bangka was thrown about a bit in the waves. Bangkas are designed so they have what look a bit like spider legs sticking out either side bound to a log that runs parallel to the boats body. I found this reassuring until one side started disappearing into the water and the boat tipped heavily to one side. ...

      The curse of indecisiveness and too much choice

      A travel blog entry by mallyface on Feb 03, 2015

      ... points of interest. Nacpan twin beach, hot springs and falls in one direction and Ille Cave, lascabanas and waterfalls the other. We desperately wanted to go to Teniguiban at the very top of the Island but it wasn't possible to reach it on a trike. We would have to take motorbikes and after my last experience on the ****** roads on Koh Tao where I skinned my big toe, I was apprehensive so we took the safe, less adventurous option of the trike. We negotiated a price with Bernie ...

      Boat Friends!!

      A travel blog entry by mallyface on Feb 01, 2015

      Today, on our second day in Port Barton, we had booked to do an island hopping trip and at the time of booking it looked like we might be going alone. However, we were pleased to hear that there were two more to be joining us which took the price down from 1250pesos to 700 each! Plus we had company but you never know what you're gonna get in that situation. It could have been a speedo clad German man with hair in unusual places ...

      Lazytown

      A travel blog entry by mallyface on Jan 31, 2015

      Lie in mission update: utter failure. Dripping heat, cockerels crowing and dogs barking, people chattering, motors starting, not to mention the messed up issues of the internal clock having crossed several time zones! We never stood a chance of sleeping much past 6am but we dozed for a few more hours and eventually emerged feeling almost human again. Matt was so exited to see the ocean that we headed straight for the beach, ...

      El Nido: The love of my life

      A travel blog entry by noha.elhakeem on Jan 28, 2015

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      ... The beds are still not up to par to what we are used to (they are hard as rocks) but the place is clean, and best of all, it's sea front. Now, the beach on El Nido itself is just ok. There are a **** ton of boats in the bay and the water is just mediocre. However, its surrounding are stunning, huge cliffs of palm trees, all around. ANd the bay opens up to water and cliffs all over. Sort of like Halong Bay, but way more beuatiful. We rested on our first night, having supper at ...