By The Sea Resort

Address: Olongapo, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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      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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      ... off the bus and quickly found a restaurant to have breakfast in. This restaurant also had a few people going to the Saddle (the main entryway for the hike to Batad, our main destination) so we split a jeepney with them after breakfast.

      It was a rough and sometimes scary ride up to the Saddle. The road was half washed away at points with steep cliffs on either side. We made it up the Saddle in one piece though.
      Once at the Saddle we picked up a couple of walking ...

      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 ...

      The depths of respect

      A travel blog entry by gordo2012 on May 02, 2012

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      ... 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 ...