Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... steps only fit for a goat to get to our room...which is the bomb. It is at this point that I pass off the CA torch to TAP..."Travel Agent plus" now, little p as we still have some work to do. Understand this is extremely difficult for me to say, and, Yes I feel I have been a guiding light for the man, but thus far it has been spot on! And then, dinner with the owner's son in law, learning history about where we are and where we wish to go...and then, out ...
... tent free. I cant see a resort. But away from the annoying touts I notice a man watching me from the oceanside below and I decide to go down and talk to him and try and get some neutral information if I can. I ask if he knows anywhere I can pitch my tent safely and he says, yes you can pitch it here and he takes me up the beach a way. It's quite dark and there is no one else tenting and I ask him if its safe and again and he says yes, absolutely here. So I suck it up and ...
... They had a great underground cave a nice pool. Many Philippinos bathed in it, but looking at the huge amount of bats in there, we decided against it. At the caves we met two nice Swedish girls and drove with them to the other side of the island to have lunch at the Bohol Bee Farm. It's an organic farm that grows everything themselves, has a small shop, a resort and a nice restaurant. After having a brief look at Alona beach, the tourism center of ...
... up. And they're worth googling. I'm sitting in the darkness of evening in a beautiful five room hotel run by two beautiful Philippinos and the contrast with last night could not be more stark. From prostitutes love nest to Royal Paradise. Well, maybe not so much different then.
Yes. very different. Mactan, what have I done? Was fully meant. The conditions some people live in. Next time you feel a bit down, think Grimsby or wherever is a bit ****, google ...
... This had been one of my many dissatisfactions with the Philippines – the fact that you predominantly get tourists or ‘flash packers’ here as opposed to backpackers. They are generally only here for about three weeks and aren’t travelling on a budget. This probably explains why the Philippines are expensive compared to most SE Asian countries, which leads me onto another bugbear of mine - the fact that these ignorant tourists ...