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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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So I flew from Puerto Princesa to Manila on to to Taglibaron and took a boat to the Island of Bahol. I met some travelers in Palawan who accompanied me. I stayed in an apartment at Oliva Resort on Alona Beach, rented a motorbike and explored the island. I did a side tour. Bahol was quite beautiful but a little too quiet. But my time there passed …
... 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.
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 ...
... the road that led us up the Loboc river valley towards Bohol interior. Full of jungle and massive trees it couldn't have been more opposite to the heat and white sands of Alona Beach. Small villages and hamlets with wooden houses would break the jungle every so often as we ascended into the jungle. Leaving the Loboc river valley (a lot higher up) we travelled towards Carmen. Here we were surrounded on both sides by lush green paddy fields ...