Vistamar Beach Resort Hotel

Address: San Jose Anilao, Batangas Province, Calabarzon Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on San Jose Anilao, Batangas Province.
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      A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Jul 02, 2014

      23 photos

      ... terraces at their best. We passed by a group of workers who had just harvested rice from the fields, tied together in bundles with string and placed on their heads to transport them. We jumped out of the Jeepney and began a downward trek to the paddies. Our guide, Winton took us through a maze of narrow, concrete paths that had been carefully built to provide access for owners to their crops.The fields have been cleverly irrigated using water from fresh mountain ...

      Hikers turned (Bulalo) Babes

      A travel blog entry by kkoffeeko on May 17, 2014

      11 photos

      ... we felt that we already passed our destination. And we really did miss the rotunda, but only a hundred meters or so. We thanked the driver as we got down and we were again laughing our asses off.

      We looked for a local who could tell us where to get the next ride, probably a tricycle ride, down to the lake. We asked the tricycle driver just near from where we were supposed to go down earlier. He told us he can bring us there with, pay of course. He asked P80 ...

      World Famous Rice Terraces

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Feb 19, 2014

      14 photos

      ... another French girl (Paul) and a Brazilian named Edgar, so we had a pretty great group for an exhausting day of walking.

      The way down to the village was easy. I strolled along with the guide who told me about his hairdo (he wears it long in the back like a tail because his ancestors always had) and life in Banaue (including why there's a curfew, so everyone gets along!). When we arrived at the village we ordered our lunches ...

      Exploring Bayombong and Banaue Rice Terraces

      A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 04, 2014

      34 photos

      ... I talk to them and they gave me some to try. Delicious, they are kind of like sour keys but not as sugary.

      We head to Banaue where the rice terraces are, which is roughly 2.5 hour drive north and up the mountains. The winding road and views of mountains, valleys and small villages on the side of the road was breathtaking. I guess they build their houses on the side of the road for the easy ...

      Rice terraces of Banaue

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 17, 2013

      13 photos

      ... water, soothing our tired muscles and sinking in was just divine. Apart from the intense smell of egg that sulphur creates it was heaven but of course, even at this altitude, the sun is hot so after 5 minutes it was back out and into the river again! We must have spent an hour here just relaxing and refreshing in the clearest cold water but true to Philippine weather, the rain clouds were moving in so we packed up and set off back down the valley via a different route, this ...