By The Sea Resort

Address: #99 National Highway, Olongapo, Luzon, 2200, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on #99 National Highway, Olongapo.
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    Travel Blogs from Olongapo

    Awesome stay

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 10, 2014

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    ... My driver gave me a Beatle nut which all the locals eat. It turns their mouth red and they spit out red spit. All the pavements have red dots on it which is from this plant. He told me that it warms up your mouth and body. I had to give it ago so he gave me a leaf to chew on first followed but this plant then followed by the crushed power of the plant. Was a long process to be honest, but it did work. I actually didn't mind the taste, but was just ...

    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 ...

    2000 year old views.

    A travel blog entry by markmegan on May 13, 2013

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    ... started our descent to Batad. The journey consisted of hundreds of steps at a decline of at least a 45 degree angle. It felt as if one wrong move would send you flying down the stairs with several broken bones at the very least.

    After hiking down we reached Batad. The views are absolutely breathtaking. Mountainous regions with terraces running up and down the sides of the hills. After registering at the information desk, went to find a place to stay.

    We ...

    UNESCO Rice Terraces at Batad

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Mar 19, 2013

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    ... time we decided to go all the way to Batad in the day so hired a tricycle to take us up to near the Batad junction where the road is too rough to drive. From there it was a 42 min uphill hike to the saddle where we refreshed with a coconut before descending the 40 min walk to Batad. Although much more touristy then when Tom went 9 years ago it still had the breathtaking rice terrace amphitheatre that Tom remembered. We tried a few ...

    Day 25 - 27 Banaue Rice Terraces

    A travel blog entry by binnaogvictor on Oct 27, 2012

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    ... from another country he has to send the family a pig. So he will probably go for a local girl :) We drove 20 minutes and then hiked up the mountains, walked the whole day, some slippery steps and small paths to see the Rice Terraces and visited another even smaller village, Batad Village. We met a guy from England and his girlfriend, from Czech Republic and walked with them. We saw a huuuge, dead rat on the terraces. These Rice Terraces are so big, and people ...