Roof Top Hotel, Bar and Bistro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoof Top Hotel, Bar and Bistro Mambajao
Very well run and rooms are huge and clean. Nice people, food good, Kare oke bar downstairs, doesnt get too noisy.
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... we got there. The hot springs are gorgeous- natural stone, open 24 hours, pretty lights and garden. But because it rained cold water in them all day, they felt more like warm springs. Another cold wet bike ride back home, chatted with Cyril for a bit then I called it a night! I wasn’t feeling well again, and had been wet most of the day- swimming twice, and four motorbike rides in the pouring rain.
I woke up at 3am and was sick again. Ferg flew out ...
Since we'd hired our motorbike from Perry's Pizza's the Heaven's opened big style. Today the sun shone with vengeance and we jumped on the bike like there was no tomorrow. Camiguin is simple - there is one road that runs around the circumference of the island. Not even I could get lost on this bad boy. We chose clockwise and hit Kalabawasan Falls first - the largest waterfall on the island 250 metres ...
... to the interior of Camiguin - the main road follows the circumference of the island and there are smaller residential roads that cut in. We ended up at Hibok-Hibok spring, one of the many public springs that the people of Camiguin use to relax in - like a public bath. The jungle got denser and denser as we travelled up and into the interior - off the beaten track and closer to Camiguin's nest of ...
... rainy though and we spent a lot of time reading. Also, doing some research on the internet (whenever it happened to work and of course always being painfully slow. But reminding us to appreciate all such things that we take for granted in our everyday lives…) about our next destinations and still have to book a flight to Argentina.
Even though we've always close to the sea, it has not been easy to get fresh seafood everywhere. But on the ...
... fishing and farming. Compared to other places I've been to where at the resorts you can hardly tell you are in a foreign country, I thought it maintained a lot of its character. Partially I believe this is because of some political happenings in Mindanao, most of the tourists there are actually Filipino.
The trip from the ferry to the resort was an adventure. We got into a ...