Marina Garden Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Marina Garden Beach Resort El Nido
Travel Blogs from El Nido
... lays down and ignores it. I walk past later in the day and am dissapointed to see that it's still there. Even my overweight dog would have eaten the omelet and probably even the rice. Then there were attempts that were too sucessful. The dog in the picture knew how to put diners off their food. His formula sit in the middle of the restaurant and pulsate your lipstick. However when I gave up on eating and went to feed the dogs he jumped up grabbing at my ...
... should stop by tomorrow morning but until it does, there's very little to do here. The activities in El Nido are all based on the beaches and surrounding islands. If it's raining, that all becomes impossible. So I'll sit in cafés, eat, drink, read, watch TV and wait patiently. At least we're not in the eye of the storm, it could be so much ...
... 8221;. We stopped to discuss what to do when we noticed that there was another sign a bit further saying: “Passing – PHP 25 per head”. We had no doubt that somebody wanted to make money and was trying to charge tourists for passing through his property. We kept on driving instead until we crossed the second bridge which was where we found the official sign: “Bulalacao Waterfalls”. We parked our motorbikes next to the sign and were ready ...
... backwards nearly head butting the guy behind me and giving me a sore neck. I was thankful to get on to the plane bound for Manilla. My epic all day travel didn't stop there as I got a taxi to the bus station to catch a night bus 8 hours to meet the girls in Banaue. It's not only the beauty of the Philippines that has captured my heart, but the undeniable kindness of the people that go out of their way to make sure your stay is unforgettable. I will definitely be going ...
... lime stone cliffs shooting out from the water , lined with powder white beaches. Its hard to amagine that all of the people that live here have no idea what beauty thay are bliessed with every day. This is all they know. Many not ever visiting some of the towns we had stopped by on our short three week journey .The locals are very hard working, living in simple shacks, with many children, and animals to feed, work never ends. The main religion here ...