Chateau Du Mer Beach Resort
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... pick up and drop of passengers takes a good 6 hours. I do get to Lucena in enough time to catch a boat over to Marinduque Island and I find a hotel in Boac City called the Boac hotel before nightfall. I grab a bite to eat at the hotel café and call it a night. I will find a hotel on the beach in the morning. I get up early and take a walk around the ...
... was the little girls pet since the father sent a leash with the bag. This was obviously not a usual way to transport a dog because the women on the jeepney balked at the method of transport as if the man were ridiculous and the bus driver protested a little but, eventually, the “bag of dog” was placed up front with the driver. We waited a few minutes for the dog to stop thrashing on the floor as he attempted to stand up. He finally gave up ...
... I think maybe he will get over his frustration and get back into the adventurous track.
While we were out researching how to get to different locations, we did discover the Robinson Supermarket, inside the Robinson Mall, filled with a huge assortment of produce. We had fun looking at all the varieties of rice, fruits, fish, etc... the mall itself is huge and it was bustling with people. I suspect a lot of people go to the mall because it is ...
... of Buenavista. It's actually a slightly sad ride because you can see only a few trees and you can feel a bit of destruction on the marine life. Upon arrival at the pier you will see the stunning view of the resort. WOW!
We then cross the island using a rubber speed boat which only took 5 minutes.
Upon arriving the resort staff and manager warmly welcome us giving garland and serenade us with a folk song.
We are then escorted to the ...
... were fetched by the resort's rubber boat for a 5-minute ride to the resort itself. At the resort's port, we were greeted by a few of their staff with matching welcome leis. We rode golf carts to the resort's main clubhouse where we had welcome drinks and cold towels.
We were led to our rooms at the hotel. 503 - Salienteses; 504 - Den and Mark; 505 - Me, Jor and Mals. We checked out the room, king size bed, a balcony, TV entertainment and ...