Ocean Breeze Inn Boracay
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... this turned out to be an impossible mission because of loads of people travelling by train at the same time. Even though it was still quite early (around 6.30) all trains were coming completely full and almost nobody from the people standing on the platform was able to get on. We just figured that Manila, unlike other capitals, was used to waking up early and agreed to have breakfast first.
After traditional Filipino breakfast (rice, longaniza and fried egg) we ...
... 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 ...
... I am so curious of their beaches there, I just so love the beach ever since I was a child. Medellin, Cebu can be reached through by bus, just go to the North Bus Terminal,Cebu City and the fare costs a P120.00 - P150.00. There are two kinds of bus that can be chosen, the non-air condition or the air condition but the fare varies at this time. The travel time, take you to 2-3 hours.
By the time we are about to ...
... food, and atmosphere in the Blue Ice, bar and restaurant, it was our third home. 8/10
A Portuguese restaurant, opposite ‘Da Jungle Restaurant’ on the main Santa Fe, high street.
Of all the bars and restaurants on the high street this place looks run down and dilapidated. The menu is just like the place, old and in need of a makeover, it’s also huge, with about two hundred pages. By the time you’ve read this ...
... nasty patchy sunburn on my back. I was told it looked like a map of the Philippines.
Yesterday (Monday) marked the second youth forum at University of the Philippines in which over two hundred students came to hear talks from Nicolas Perlas (presidential candidate and environmental advocate) and Aaron my boss. It was a good turn out by the student body and we were able to make good links ...