Trafalgar Cottages

Address: Trafalgar Cottages, Manggayad, Boracay, Visayas, 5608, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Trafalgar Cottages, Manggayad, Boracay.
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      Philippines - Boracay

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 05, 2014

      89 photos

      ... weather.

      Day 2: September 6, 2014

      We got up at 8.30, had breakfast and talked to the Russian couple. Since the weather looked quite promising we decided to go to the White Beach and do some shooting over there.

      We spent maybe 30 minutes by walking along the Station 3 and taking pictures in different “romantic” positions. Gonzalo seemed to be cool with that, while I felt a bit uncomfortable as I didnīt find it natural. Kate ...

      Playground of the?

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Feb 05, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... and stay at a local dive shop. Diving while cheaper than some destinations is not the cheapest in the Philippines. It is regulated by the government so there is no competition, all of the dive shops must charge the same rates. This island boasts an array of dive sites including very healthy reefs, walls, ship and plane wrecks. Unfortunately visibility sometimes drops to only about 10 meters and right now there are a ...

      Tiers, terraces and tinsel

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Dec 30, 2011

      ... in others, access was severely limited by incredible landslides that had taken place within the last few days. Considering the height of the peaks above, it was scary to be in areas that were so wet and full of waterfalls, since uprooted trees and earth caused by so much rain, is a common cause of the slides. Huge boulders also rain down with the earth, along with large trees and thick chunks of clay, making it a highly possible death if passing ...


      A travel blog entry by rubay_adventure on Jan 08, 2011

      26 photos

      ... pictures with the train that can be seen on their plaza. It has been said that the train was donated by Japanese, because a long time ago the province used to be a camp site or a hideaway for them. How I wish, i can ride in a real moving train! LOL
      The province has so many beautiful places that people can enjoy of. The place has a big plantation all over of the sugarcane or TUBO, in our dialect. Tubo is the ...

      Bantayan or Bust

      A travel blog entry by 7tck7334 on Oct 20, 2010

      32 photos

      ... just looked over and said theres no password. I said ok, but my laptop askes for one so there is a password to your wifi, he just looked at me and said’ There’s No Password!’ His attitude was abrupt and rude, there certainly was a password. His attitude, sucked and at that point i certainly decided i wouldn’t bother with that place anymore.

      The pizza was ok, the service fine, it just the attitude that sucks. The bar is the hang out of ...