Hidden Valley Springs Resort

Address: Alaminos City, Luzon, Philippines | Ranch
 
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      Travel Blogs from Alaminos City

      100 Islands and Manila

      A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 12, 2014

      18 photos

      ... we were getting closer as we kept passing all the fish farms and seeing all the dried fish roadside vendors. I should also mention the air smelled like fish.

      Once we hit Alaminos City, we head to the coast hire a guide with a boat to take us to the 100 islands. The first thing I do is modified scuba diving where I wear a large helmet that I'm able to keep my glasses on for. I'm 25 feet ...

      Hundred Islands

      A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Aug 04, 2013

      69 photos

      ... Nirerenovate pala ang island na ito, tinanggal ang mga tindahan sa paligid, nais daw nilang ibalik ang dating linis ng isla.

      Napansin kong sa Island rin na ito ang may pinaka maraming tao na nag sswimming sa paligid. Marahil narin siguro sa magandang pwesto nito, at magandang buhangin.


      After that, we went to Marcos Island, as ...

      Flash, bang, wallop - what a tricycle

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 26, 2013

      10 photos

      ... another resort, restaurant closed..then another..and another...all the while a raging electrical storm flashing across the sky right above our heads continued to scare the living day lights out of our poor hostess sat on the back of her husbands tricycle! After nearly an hour of trying different resorts and even shops, we eventually found a resort that would serve us some food. A Belgian owned resort with an eclectic mix of antique furniture strewn around a big open ...

      Nomadic Gaea in Tapulao

      A travel blog entry by gaeafierce on Aug 18, 2012

      24 photos

      ... we felt like we`re in the middle of a elemental battle. It`s sickeningly cold at 15km.

      I got chilled and hypothermia attacked, 6pm and it`s dark as cave, foggy, rainy and windy as ****. Only 1km left to head for bunker (shelter) but I`d stick up, it`s not my will but I can`t even move my body because I`m chilling and feeling like I`m inside of a fridge. We rest at 15km, I ...

      My Bolinao experience

      A travel blog entry by france14 on Jun 10, 2012

      34 photos

      ... while having our vacation there.

      The rock formation, is a place where nature made rocks are formed and whoa! the view is so heaven. If I will have my own pictorial session I would rather have it there.

      the famous Patar beach looks like Boracay. the white sand, the crystal like beach, the view. so superb.

      the enchanted cave and the light house are one of bolinao's finest. from the view itself, nothing more to say but WOW!


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