Ocean Breeze Inn Boracay
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... are dwarves (I'm not sure how I feel about that in some unethical exploitation sort of a way). There was even one of those 'rides' that pings you up from massive bungee ropes. I explored various beauty salons in search of a cheap wax. I opted to ask two friendly ladies I got chatting to on White Beach strip, where I could buy a razor. I went to the shop they suggested, bought a few essential items and went back to the hotel. On my return I had a ...
... day albeit we didn't get a guide but to be honest we didn't need one.
My day in Batad was one of the best outdoor days I have ever had, its a beautiful place and if I come back here I will stay overnight and venture out further. If any travelers are heading to Banaue for the terraces make sure you come here as well its more impressive than the terraces there.
Well that's my time up north nearly at an end but I may return to do the ...
... agreed what we wanted to do the following day and made the necessary arrangements, we called it a day late in the evening.
Thursday 29th December 2011 – Bontoc to Sagada
There’s a lot more volatility in weather patterns, high in the Cordillera, and altho’ February to April is the best time to visit, the wettest months are supposed to be May to September. However, rain is capable of falling at ...
... corner in Santa Fe high street. It has a fantastic atmosphere, the music is great, the owner is a good fun guy, and manager, a Filipino, makes you feel welcome as son as you cross from the street threshold to the bar.... The beer is cheap, the food fantastic, if a little pricey. My Fiancée and I ate and drank there many, many times during our two months. It almost became a routine to have French fries there and a few beers every Friday and Saturday night, and sometimes on ...
... was old and rusty, over used and beyond its shelf life. I spotted all the safety equipment i would assume to find on board a comercial ferry. Plus there were some other added features lacking from UK and european ferries, fighting cocks, for example. The journey its self was uneventful, and doesnt need comment. When we docked and i went to leave the ferry, the ramp and dock seemed still to be two seperate entities, the filipino port staff all just looked at me as ...