Dive And Trek

Address: San Pablo, Bauan, Batangas Province, Calabarzon Region, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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      Who thought this was a good idea? Part 56,754

      A travel blog entry by jab13 on Mar 10, 2015

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      ... dealing with ex-Catholic guilt? Was I an evil gym instructor in a past life? Who can say? In the end, we trekked for around five hours, with a ludicrous amount of climbing uphill, but we survived. The rice terraces were incredible and we we also visited a pretty waterfall at the very bottom. I felt satisfied, but at step 4,563,632 back up to the jeepney I vowed to never do such a ridiculous thing again. I can't wait to see what I don't agree to climb ...

      The rice terraces of Luzon

      A travel blog entry by tai_and_sarah on Jan 16, 2015

      ... by trees. This trail would soon become the road as they used dynamite to blow out the cliffs on the one side to widen it. The rice terraces were different here, they were made from stone and built in an amphitheatre shape, we were eager to get walking and start exploring. It was apparent straight away that this walk was going to be harder, the steps were much steeper, the walls much higher and the pathways along the walls were loose stone. It was a totally ...

      Of Rice and Men

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 27, 2014

      1 comment

      ... where to go? Immediately, or at least after an hour of admiring one of the most beautiful scenes we are ever likely to see in our lives, we walked back down the mountain into town. Over the next few days, with money running out in our pockets and perhaps no room at the Inn...well, let's not go there quite yet. Let's go with the Banaue rice terraces, think about doing the same, but harder, even more inaccessible Batad terraces tomorrow, and feel proud of what we've done and how far we have got.

      Philippines - Banaue

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... hot springs were just a small pool with the river next to it. Even if it was small we all jumped into the water and relaxed there for a while. Since the river was next to it we decided to also give it a try. The water in this one was freezing because it flows from Mt. Napulawan. Plus if you add the fact that we were in hot water before it made it even worse. I wanted to try it anyways and I jumped into the water, however, I stayed there for even less than one minute, the ...

      Awesome stay

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 10, 2014

      5 photos

      ... they were green and freshly grown as well as a hot spring. Tim was still unsure on wether to go because he didn't want to be disappointed again, but I believed him when he said is was all grown and looked nice so I decided that I was going even if Tim didn't want to. The journey took about an hour to get there, but it was so worth it when we arrived. All the rice terraces were planted and looked lush green. I bought our driver a coke before we went on ...