By The Sea Resort

Olongapo, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located in Olongapo.
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    Travel Blogs from Olongapo

    Typhoon & Diving - Its more fun in the Philippines

    A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 29, 2013

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    ... that sank it. It was like hovering over slices of history from the war, almost as though the wrecks were sat there telling you their tale before we had to ascend and leave them to there watery resting place. A pleasure and a treat to dive these two wrecks and what was even luckier was that as soon as we were back at the shore and washing off the kit, the typhoon came back to say hello and rained and howled for the rest of the day! Lucy and I just ...

    Rice terraces of Banaue

    A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 17, 2013

    13 photos

    ... water, soothing our tired muscles and sinking in was just divine. Apart from the intense smell of egg that sulphur creates it was heaven but of course, even at this altitude, the sun is hot so after 5 minutes it was back out and into the river again! We must have spent an hour here just relaxing and refreshing in the clearest cold water but true to Philippine weather, the rain clouds were moving in so we packed up and set off back down the valley via a different route, this ...

    How Do They Do That? - "Rice"

    A travel blog entry by robandnorma on Apr 18, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... of the various monuments. On the hour, the water fountain there came alive with fancy displays of squirting water to the rhythm of music. Sitting on a bench and watching the display, we both become the target of locals who wanted to pose with us. Norma explained we weren't famous, but this didn't stop a local family from introducing themselves, shaking hands and shoving a one year old toddler into her arms and then snapping a few pictures.

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    To see the world in a grain of... rice

    A travel blog entry by feliciawong on Nov 28, 2012

    20 photos

    ... our legs in the steaming pool for a while, then shared a bunch of bananas with a toddler whose mother was hawking Coke, Gatorade, beers and small packs of chips at this modest "tourist attraction". It was hard to believe that she had lugged a whole basket of beverages with her, through those steep terraces and narrow walkways, with a squirming child on her back. Rob and I purchased two Gatorades, and left the remainder of the bananas (we had bought a bunch of 15 for 73 ...

    The depths of respect

    A travel blog entry by gordo2012 on May 02, 2012

    15 photos

    ... of the experience of her wonders. We could all make like those mystics in India who walk slowly fanning the air in front of them gently lest they harm a fly. We could become vegans and set free all our livestock, but we’d still be killing plants. Even if we ate only fallen fruit (fruitarianism) we’d still continue to murder millions of helpless bacteria in our stomach acid every time we swallow. To extrapolate the argument to the absurd, we should ...