Blue Wave Inn

Address: Provincial Road, Negros, Visayas, 6201, Philippines | Inn
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This inn is located on Provincial Road, Negros.
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Batad - Homestay in the Heart of the Rice Fields

A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 04, 2014

6 comments, 98 photos

... to the Jeepneys... they are very uncomfortable to ride in - the seats are hard, your body is pointed the wrong way to see anything, and the windows are too low so if you do try to see something, you really have to stoop down. The trip took only a couple of hours, once again along winding roads, past mini-landslides every now and then. When we arrived, we were relieved that we could see the rice fields just fine - not lit up by the sun against a clear blue sky, but ...

City to Seclusion

A travel blog entry by benandjeanann on Jul 10, 2014

19 photos

... quickly noticed that apart from fresh baked goods the next foods of choice for the Filipinos is fried chicken and spaghetti both of which are on sale everywhere. At nights the streets were lined with food vendors selling fried chicken and Bod Bod (Banana leaf parcel of sticky rice). We took in some of th sights, the University, the Bell Tower and the Cathedral.

One of the days we rented a moped and drove to the Twin Lakes for a Picnic. It was a 45km ...

Cheryl on jail run!

A travel blog entry by sterkenmatt on Aug 18, 2013

... with us, she said she wanted that and she gave her life to Jesus. God is so good! The officers asked if we would come back early one morning and tell them about Jesus too! I was not there that day, but many of them came to know The Lord and were ministered to. God touched many lives in that city and I have so many stories for you. Ahhhh! I get excited all over again just writing about it! Looking forward to telling you more in ...

Sugar Beach & Sugar Island

A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Jan 14, 2012

... it just a stone’s throw up the beach! My first disappointment of the day came quickly, when I was told (at 8am) that the diving group of the day had already left at 7.45am that day!! I was used to meeting up in diving schools at 9am, so I thought arriving at 8am was a good time. Unfortunately, I was to learn that there’s a southerly current that works up by the early afternoon, so they leave early to avoid the strong current affecting the diving!! ...

Tiers, terraces and tinsel

A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Dec 30, 2011

... skirted around the mountains in sunnier climes. The mountains only reach heights of around 2,900 metres, but appear much more majestic than their height suggests. It’s the green – the incredible, lush and variegated green that makes them look so beautiful. And despite Banaue’s world-renowned status, as the clouds all cleared away, we were able to see more stunning rice terraces as we made our way towards Bontoc. The scenery was ...