The Ananyana Beach Resort & Spa

Address: Doljo Beach, Panglao, Visayas, Philippines | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Doljo Beach, Panglao.
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      Travel Blogs from Panglao

      Finding Nemo and Croc Dundee

      A travel blog entry by lullie on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... was twice as nice at half the price. It was still expensive by Asian standards. The beach was clean, the sand white and the water truly is the aquamarine colour from the tourist brochures. So we decided to go diving. We found Nemo, Dory, about a dozen turtles and the list goes on. After two days of diving we headed inland to the widely touted tourist destinations of Bohol. We went to the Tasier sanctuary where they are described as the world's smallest monkey despite being neither ...

      Panglao and Balicasag Island

      A travel blog entry by derektrips on Feb 03, 2014

      41 photos

      ... gear, ping pong, darts and a very nice art gallery. The restaurant serves great food and the gift shop sells lots of local handmade items. It takes about 20 minutes in a tricycle to get there but its very nice. I spent about a week on Panglao Island and now I'm ready to find my next destination. Next I will take a ferry back to Cebu and then another ferry to Leyte Island. I want to see the place where General MacArthur landed and said "I shall ...

      The Chocolate Hills of Bohol

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Apr 19, 2013

      10 photos

      ... quietly and calmly moved past taking pictures and marvelling at their big ears, long tails and inordinately long index finger (used for poking at insects in trees I think). One or two were actually awake and this made for a really interesting site. They are nocturnal and as such have massive eyes, I'm talking far too big in comparison to their head! These eyes are fixed and cannot rotate in their sockets which means that the Tarsier can rotate it's head a full 180 in ...

      Joy and Preparation

      A travel blog entry by on Mar 26, 2013

      3 photos

      ... it), I supplement all the above with 2, 3 or maybe 4 beers, not water and not wine. I enjoy it and I think Epicurus would too, I would be happy to congenially discuss that detail of difference with him while he sipped his water.

      Epicurus didn't mention the outlook from his living room. I think a beautiful vista adds to delight - greatly. Here at Isis, we look over manicured lawn through exotic shrubs and past palm trees and a pearly white ...

      Whale sharks again.... yeahhhh ;-)))

      A travel blog entry by claudiaroger on Jan 24, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      Our time in the Philippines was coming to an end - sniff ;-(((. But before heading back to Cebu to catch our flight, we made a short stop in Oslob. This place has come to fame due to it's whale sharks. Most fishermen here have quit their former profession and are now in the business of whale shark watching. So, instead of heading out to catch fish, they now take out tourists (for 30 minutes) to snorkel with the ...