Mika's Place

Diniwid Beach, Boracay, Visayas, 5608, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on Diniwid Beach, Boracay.
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    Last beach days in the Philipines

    A travel blog entry by markjoy on Jun 03, 2014

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    ... s) there were unfortunately horrible. At the time we were there it was full of mosquitos and other insects, the room didn't had a fan (there was no electricity in the room). And it was freaking hot!!! Also the noise at night was so loud , locals playing there music and screaming at the beach till dawn .
    And another negative point was that a day diving on Apo reef, which is 2 hours by boat away will cost at least $170 per person! Again probably the ...

    Water Activities are Fun

    A travel blog entry by tuffy06 on Jun 22, 2013

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    ... with for our Island Hopping Adventure was able to talk to someone and gave in with the 800 peso Parasailing adventure. That "kuya" drove his own boat so there was less waiting for our trip. However, as for the parasailing, we waited for like an hour to get our chance because apparently there were a lot of people availing this activity.

    They also offer banana boat, helmet diving, and flying fish. We wanted to try flying fish but ...

    Cebu - Day 2 at Bantayan & Virgin Island

    A travel blog entry by matinhick on Mar 17, 2013

    ... We no longer stay there so we go up again, and decided to swim to the infinity pool. ALong the passage, you can found the mini zoo. They have different animals there, but not that wild. Some of them are, rabbits, crabitat, monkey, eagle, heron, turtle, guneia pigs and many more.


    A travel blog entry by daniellejohnson on Jul 01, 2012

    ... and I really didn't know a single thing about helmet diving, but we went along with it. It turns out that on the other side of the beach they have stationed platforms out in the water set up for helmet diving, and the dive shops just have agreements with certain platforms, so they take you out to the platform and the guy working on it and the divemaster take care of the rest. No wetsuit required, you climb partially down a ladder into the water and they lower ...

    At last leaving Manila!

    A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Jan 04, 2012

    ... starting to feel pretty awful. I couldn't believe that just as I was beginning to recover from the typhoid medication, I was actually going down with something else!!

    Monday 2nd January 2012 – Manila

    The next day I felt utterly wretched, coughing and sneezing like fury. My throat was incredibly sore and my head just pounded all day and night and my ears were so blocked I could hardly hear what anyone said ...