Balai Resort Anilao

Address: San Teodoro, Mabini, Batangas Province, Calabarzon Region, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on San Teodoro, Mabini.
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      A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Jul 02, 2014

      23 photos

      ... a rest, but Winton had clearly taken it in his stride. We stopped off to eat our food, overlooking beautiful Batad, pinching ourselves to make sure it was real. Starting up after taking a rest gave our muscles a bit of a shock and by the end I had to push beyond my exercise limits to cross that finish line. I wanted to lie out like a pancake at the top with my legs about ready to collapse. I instead treated myself to a fresh coconut juice, which was a much ...

      Rice terraces everywhere

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Feb 17, 2014

      29 photos

      ... ash, and tobacco, and it stains your teeth red and people spit it all over the ground. It's quite disgusting.

      Went back to the hotel and grabbed dinner with Melodie and Hoel at a local eatery (they had nothing vegetarian in the buffet, so he made me a special chopsuey :D ). We sat up chatting and enjoying the view, then headed to bed early. The curfew in Banaue is a little later- 10PM, but places start shutting down at 9, so it's totally quiet by 10.

      Exploring Bayombong, Solano, Bambang

      A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 03, 2014

      39 photos

      ... asking my cousin about each plant and tree it turns out that that you can harvest fruit or vegetables or even eat the roots or leaves of the plant. Every thing produced something edible, I though this was fantastic, landscaping that does something, not like the lazy birch tree in Canada.

      Its the end of the work day at the shop and workers start putting away their tools. Three little kids, ages 7 to 3, rush into the shop to ...

      Day 2-3 (Summit...!!)

      A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Jan 03, 2014

      231 photos

      ... napaka lamig sa place namin kasi samin dumadaan muna ang hangin.

      God is so cool, good and Amazing God, He created a very awesome view like this. It is worth the pain, sweat and effort going up to the mountain.

      Well, sabi ng mga guide namin, we are too lucky daw to see this magnificent view, kasi according to them the past few weeks were raining and mountaineers ...

      Rice terraces of Banaue

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 17, 2013

      13 photos

      ... walkways, working our way further up the side of the hill and through a tiny village nestled deep in the terraces until we came across our destination...a small hot sulphurous spring sat next to a freezing cold river. You could swim in both of them but due to the sunshine and the mildly strenuous hours hike to get here we decided to hit the river first. All four of us just went straight in, no hesitation, and it was freezing cold! The rushing water coming down from the ...