Olivia Resort Homes
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOlivia Resort Homes Bohol
Awesome place! The apartment and pool were beautiful. A nice change and reasonably priced. I would definitely stay here again for the visit.
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... UK and especially Australia. There was also a little group playing Christmas songs, they were brilliant and had everyone smiling and tapping their feet.
While we sat and waited for our flight to be called through the only gate in the airport, I was reading an article about the other side of Thai sex work- how it's "not so black and white, it's shades of grey...when Thai women knowingly take advantage of Western men and see them as money cows". I looked up to see ...
... 24 March At the beach for 8.30. A good weather day although by 4.30pm the sky is starting to look a bit black. By 7pm we can see lightning in the distance.The rough seas yesterday have thrown a lot of seaweed onto the beach. So outside the tropical resort they are digging holes and burying it. Col gets a price list for the resort. Cheapest rooms are 2,950 again with no breakfast.Have dinner at our restaurant. Pork adobo with mash potato and squid sizzler. Delicious.
... The hostel arranged us to get a motor bike back to the port. We agreed with 400Pesos with our two 15kilo luggage tied on the back. He took us to the port and then said he wanted 500Pesos because of our heavy luggage. We were going to give him 450Pesos because he seemed nice. We stupidly gave him the 500Pesos. Thinking back on it I wish we never. It was really rude of him especially when he was the one who came up with the original 400Peso offer. It isn't too much money but ...
yep around 150 years since the Spanish decided to bugger off and leave the Philippeno's to it and all around me was preparation. i was up at 6:20am in prep to meet William at 7;00am to start our journey. The dude was dead onetime, which was a good start and box ticked for me as I can be quitter the stickler for punctuality. We set off asap as it was a two hour journey to the Chocolate Hills and before that we would be seeing a number of other places on the ...
... and mcflurry?!). 11th may - tarsiers! I'd been excited about meeting a tarsier since we arrived in the Philippines, the worlds smallest primate, its Been around 45 million years! There's only 3 species and these particular ones are endemic to the Philippines, theyre also endangered. Unfortunately there's a few places where people keep them in cages where they dont survive very long. They encourge tourists to come along and touch them. They get stressed really easily and ...