Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Panglao
... beach we hit up the beach bars and started a steady flow of Red Horse beers' which we didn't seem to realise at the time that they are 6.9%. We started to maybe become aware of the strength of the beer around the time Me and Julie beat 2 of the house band members on the Fooseball table and celebrated like we won the World Cup. By the time we all stood up and did an impromptu dance to Gangdam Style we fully realised the strength of the beer and realised it was time to call it a ...
... my body, so I went for another snorkel, finding my nice little coral bed from yesterday. Really the only spot at the beach to see the tropical fish, and only a few of them, but fascinating nevertheless. Back to the beach restaurants for dinner, then a swim at the hotel pool all by ourselves, and now beddy byes. Dec 19: Botanical Garden and arrival of grand kids In the morning Pat and I rented a scooter again and took a little jaunt about 15 minutes north to the Tarsier ...
... that can (just) take 2 passengers with luggage tied on - hence the copulating pigs thing. The journey took 45 minutes with the small, less than 100cc 'moped' straining with us and our luggage. Still, not bad! Hong Kong to Panglao Island in (just) less than 24 hours. Getting a place to stay that late at night was a challenge but we eventually found a decent place for the night and collapsed - long day! Looking forward to sun, sea and surf and exploring the beautiful Alona ...
... along the beach. We found 5 washed ashore jellyfish and many many crabs and starfish.
After being acosted by a dive istructor from the koreon resort next door we sat and ate fresh mango on the beach. We had to move rooms to the "standard" room - it became apparent that the "standard" was in fact better than the deluxe for us.Yes it had no porch but we had free wifi and air con and a tv! perfect!!
The following day we headed to Alona ...
... The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Baclayon which is considered to be one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. It is one of the best persevered Jesuit build churches in the region.
The tuk tuk driver was slightly mad, you'd be driving along and he'd shout 'Picture' at you but i don't know if the Philippines scenery is so underwhelming that we were missing the point but we didn't have a clue what we ...
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