Breeze and Waves Cottages

Barangay Paniman, Caramoan, Bicol Region, Luzon, Philippines | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Barangay Paniman, Caramoan.
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Travel Blogs from Caramoan

Amazing rice terraces but awful food!

A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on May 29, 2013

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... except no one was really sure if this was Manila. It was just the side of a road in the dark and could have been anywhere. On realising no one was budging, the driver got back on the bus and cheerily said’ Welcome to Manila!’

Once off the bus the frenzy began, all the taxi drivers doing their best to rip off as many tourists a they could! We were told it was 400 peso to the airport. We disagreed, no too expensive and eventually managed to find a driver who ...

Lake swim, hostel cooking, Von & Gregory

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Mar 21, 2013

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... at Von's house to meet his wife, kids and numerous chickens! Given the very limited dinner options we decided to make use of the hostels gas stove and cook our own dinner. This involved a market and shop trip to get the spaghetti ingredients before cooking it all in one large wok! The local stray dog, which we nicknamed Gregory, was glad to finish up the remains. Stayed at Kiangan Youth Hostel, Kiangan [T&J rating ...

My Life's Greatest Lessons as Taught by Mt. Pulag

A travel blog entry by carolbm on Feb 09, 2013

7 comments, 16 photos

... about the things that are yet to come. What if the temperature goes negative? I know that oxygen becomes thinner as the height goes up. When I looked at the hundreds of tents around us, I started to panic! There are so many of us sharing in the little oxygen. What if suddenly I am no longer able to breath? How can they take me to the hospital? Is what I will be seeing tomorrow worth risking my life?

Then I thought of my 2 kids. They’ll probably ...

Journey to "Survivor" country

A travel blog entry by suokkotravels on Feb 03, 2013

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North of Linda's birthplace; about 2 hours in a mini bus, Rosie went with us; great company; but I think she was afraid we would get lost. We appreciate as I know Rosie is so busy as a school principal and is currently preparing for a national review in a couple days (Terri - its like the WASC review). After you drive to Sabang, then hop on a tiny 50 foot skinny boat with 60 others, and barely clear the water in large ocean swells for 2 1/2 hours; ...

Day 25 - 27 Banaue Rice Terraces

A travel blog entry by binnaogvictor on Oct 27, 2012

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... and saw the pouring rain...went back to sleep hoping it would be better later in the day but it didnīt stop pouring down until 2 pm. So we just had a massage in the room and went swimming in the pool. After it stopped raining we took a tricycle to a viewpoint to see the rice terraces. Decided to do the trekking tomorrow morning instead. Booked our tricycle driver to drive us and guide us on the tour up in the mountains.

Came back to the hotel and there ...