Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa
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... how it embraces the trees and for how lazy it is;
First of all, let us tell you more about our trip from Oslob (Cebu) to Tagbilaran (Bohol). It might ...
... sun from shining! We have had rain, winds and cloudy skies for almost two weeks now. The only good thing is that the temperatures are still high, however when it's raining and windy, it prevents you from doing a lot of things.
This weather system seems to be everywhere we are, or where we are planning to be. We are hoping that it will only last a few more days, although nobody can say for sure.
After we lost ...
... the forest lining the banks and this was then unenhanced even more by the 20 or so other large buffet barges doing exactly the same trip. Each barge had it's own rather loud musical entertainment consisting of a guy (or two) playing a guitar and singing Ronan Keatings greatest hits for the 15 minute ride to the waterfall (which was kind of a small natural wier than a waterfall) and the 15 minute ride back. During the trip we were treated to a buffet of Philippino food and ...
... that the Australian TV Channel last night broadcast a documentary that highlighted an enterprise of the local aboriginal community and Indigenous Business Australia. They have built and now opened a luxury resort at the Katherine Gorge at a charge to clients of $650 per night. They showed us the resort. It looks quite good but has nothing like the splendour, for example, of the Amari Palm Reef Resort at Koh Samui that cost us an extravagant (for ...
San Juan Town
It was a wet morning today for me unfortunately. My original plan was to explore the idyllic island on a rented motorbike. The rather unkind weather and a still uneasy stomach meant that I will be on public transport instead. San Juan town proper was the first stop on the public tricycle. A beautiful but sleepy town, San Juan's main feature is the playful Calipay's Spring Park - a landscaped pool topped with spring water streaming down from ...