Breeze and Waves Cottages

Address: 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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... the meter on.

We headed south to the Airport for our flight with Zest (Part of Air Asia, flying from Terminal 4). When we arrived the meter was at 204 pesos so we were right to insist on the meter. Our flight though wasn’t until 11.55 am so we had a long wait and there isn’t anything to do at Terminal 4 until Martin realised he had left his jacket on the bus! Here we go again !!! He called the bus company who had located his ************** he went to collect it. ...

The Epic Rice Terrace Trek

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Mar 20, 2013

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Very early start at 5.30am, still dark outside our hut. Quick banana pancake before heading off with our guide to Cambulu, a 2hr trek away. Amazing views as we walked over the rice terraces just as the sun was rising. From Cambulu we headed to Pula another 2hr hike, which seemed like a lot of uphill but again the views were stunning across the rice terraces and through the entire valley. We had our packed lunch of rice at Pula ...

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

A travel blog entry by carolbm on Feb 09, 2013

7 comments, 16 photos

... if I die here and tell me I wouldn’t have died if I just stayed at the house. So I told myself that no, I can’t afford to die here. I have to live and I will live.

Worrying doesn’t help. Most of the things we worry about do not happen anyway. It is only a waste of time and energy.

My husband gave me one of his jackets and was hugging me to keep me warm but it is still not working. We don’t have sleeping bags! Shiny, our ...

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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... put on a show, dancing and singing and showed us the tribal clothes. Interesting enough. Cool to see there culture and habits. Here in Banaue they also chew something called Moma. That is a portion of nuts with lime paste, sometimes with tobacco, wrapped in a heart shaped leaf. When they chew this stuff they become all red around and inside the mouth (looks like blood or really red lipstick...) and they spit it everywhere... One woman at the hotel promised to ...