Sun Avenue Pension

Address: Gallares Street, Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Visayas, 6300, Philippines | Pension
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This pension, located on Gallares Street, Tagbilaran City, is near Punta Cruz Watch Tower.
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    Travel Blogs from Tagbilaran City

    ... And A Rooster Crows! (Philippines)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Feb 24, 2015

    4 comments, 61 photos

    ... to snorkel or dive in here are legendary. English is the second language in the Philippines, so it's great for English speaking tourists. The Americans set up English schools during their occupation of the islands and many of the locals speak with an American twang. The Filipinos speak Tagalog as the local language but English is just as widely used!

    Other things to love about the Philippines is that on every corner, it seems, there is a bakery filled ...


    A travel blog entry by bella35766712 on Aug 19, 2014

    3 photos

    Today I woke up by myself, and was surprised when I couldn't find dad it turns out he was having a bath. When dad got finally got out of the bath, he told me to get ready so we could go to breakfast. For breakfast they didn't have any froot loops so I had 5 pieces of bacon and a scrambled egg while dad had cornflakes and watermelon. After breakfast we checked out of the hotel and took a taxi to the pier. We checked in and dropped off the backpack before sitting down for an hour to ...

    Finally done my volunteering

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Apr 21, 2014

    10 photos

    ... for everything I had done for them.

    Just before I left for the ferry I said goodbye to the family and then gave Anna her money for giving me bed and for all the food and drink that I had. I also gave Anna some extra money as well. I thought the money she charged me was way too cheap for everything that the family had done for me. She was gobsmacked. After giving the family my email address and Facebook address I then jumped on back of a motor bike which took me to the port.

    Prison Ships and Delightful Desserts

    A travel blog entry by banyon on Nov 13, 2012

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... belly will let him consume this much beer, but he soon overcomes his fears and as dinner arrives he is already halfway through. During dinner, local children walk up and down the beach stopping in front of foreigners' tables to sing Christmas songs, as well as traditional Filipino tunes, to try and get a few peso. It's sweet but also quite annoying after a while!

    With our dinner plates wiped clean and Ian's giant beer finished, we are ...

    Tarsiers, hills and cheese!

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on May 20, 2012

    4 photos

    ... brought me to the centre.

    Tarsiers are the smallest primate in the world. They are found across several islands in the Philippines as well as in Sulawesi, Indonesia (where I went looking for them last year in Tangkoko National Park). They have very large eyes and the ability to turn their heads 180 degrees around both directions.

    I was assigned a guide and we went off into the large 'enclosure' (a natural wooded area that they have put a fence around to contain ...