Wregent Plaza Hotel

Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Bohol, Visayas, 6300, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Bohol.
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Travel Blogs from Bohol


A travel blog entry by nomad82 on Apr 28, 2014

26 photos

... dolphins and I got a really bad sunburned, I think the worst I have ever gotten!

I was supposed to leave Thursday, but guess what...Obama was leaving Manila so all the planes were cancelled and we could not leave. However, this time, they put us in a really nice hotel and I met another couple who were on the same planes (there and back) as me. I left Friday for Manila and got picked up by Fudge to go to Tagaytay for the week end.


Bohol beach wedding

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Feb 20, 2014

7 photos

... skin, it was a delicious taste, soft and sweet, almost melting in your mouth. It was lovely spending time with the locals, they are such a friendly bunch! We carried on our journey to the coast. After arriving in Anda it was fun trying to find the wedding venue as there was no sat nav and no map. The driver hopped out every ten minutes asking the locals if the location of the hotel was known to them. He asked anyone in sight including a policeman. We surprisingly made it to ...


A travel blog entry by dphilips on Jun 11, 2013

... was here and immediately negotiated with someone from my accommodation, a guide for tomorrow as I wasn't going to be here long and had to move fast. Of course I would be paying far less and getting more for my money. William was his name and he seemed like he knew his way around. After grub it was straight to bed. Not the most pleasant of journeys I've had so far apart from the chit chat on the bus but once again I'm here and in one piece.

Tiny Monkeys, Poo and Big Green Lumps

A travel blog entry by banyon on Nov 15, 2012

1 comment, 54 photos

... government planted 50 years ago to stop landslides. Most of the trees are tall mahogony and the sky is darkened by the canopy high above. It feels strange suddenly being in a forrest like this as the rest of the countryside is tropical jungle and rice fields. The Chocolate Hills are bizarre round hills (1268 of them) dotting the landscape, geologists suspect they are coral formations but there is still some mystery surrounding them. In the summer the grass on them ...

Tarsiers and world class wreck diving!

A travel blog entry by lucyhelliwell on May 10, 2012

... Eventually max found a bargain, 380 pesos (5.50). It was a kind of hostel on stilts, it seems that when the mainland gets full they just move out onto the water! It was a like a really aurhentic bamboo treehouse, but on the water! It was basic though and there was always a brownout (when the electricity is cut back so the cheaper places that can't afford a backup generator have to go without). It was also very noisy, everyone here gets up at 6am, so in woken to cockerels ...

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