Oceana Beach Resort

Address: Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines | Resort
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This resort, located in Puerto Galera, is near White Beach Puerto Galera and Mt. Pukansan National Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera

        The PRIDE of MINDORO: Puerto Galera

        A travel blog entry by tophet on Feb 23, 2013

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        ... is two hours, fare is abount Php250.00 but if you will buy a roundtrip ticket you can have it for only Php450.00. Fare is exclusive of environmental fee and travel insurance. Availability and rate of accommodations in Puerto Galera are depend on the season(tip:holy week is the most peak season, thousands of tourist are expected to arrive, accommodations are 3x to 4x from its original rate, but dont worry local residents offer ...

        The boat trip!

        A travel blog entry by steve_linda on Jan 20, 2012

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        ... then off to a place to see giant clams ( about the size of a microwave!!) a few feet underwater. So after a warning off the Captain not to stick our hands inside the clams as they can grab you and you drown (his words) , in we went!!

        Twenty mins later, with no fatalities , our next stop is a place called Sagada , but first was a diesel stop where Helen passed round some bananas that looked more like king kongs fingers!
        Cross between ...

        Shrimp and Squid Cook-off

        A travel blog entry by nautijesse on May 11, 2011

        4 photos

        ... be more moist, what I didn’t think about was how you would have to be a true sea food eater and be willing to get your hands dirty my way.

        Yuri, shrimp was easy to eat, especially on a bamboo stick, it presented very well on the plate.

        My shrimp was a bit, only a bit harder to eat; we decided that in a restaurant his won hands down for customer approval.

        But for taste his shrimp lost its flavor as shrimp, ...

        A Few Days in Paradise...

        A travel blog entry by bethbachman on Jan 20, 2011

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        ...among other things. Last Thursday, Dr. Leonardo put us in contact with some CPH undergraduate students who told us all about the student organizations and activities that are available on campus. A couple of these students took us out to dinner and on a tour of campus and a tour of PGH (Philippines General Hospital). The tour of the hospital was amazing, as we got to see the ER, some different wards, and even some private rooms. Some of the rooms were ...

        Puerto Galera

        A travel blog entry by brett-millie on Apr 19, 2010

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        ... of which we needed I’m not sure. In the madness I realised that hadn’t given me any of my change, 460 pesos. After some arguing and concerns we were going to miss the boat we gave them a 60peso tip and in fairness we couldn’t have done it without them.

        The boat to Puerto Galera is a big 'bangca’, a large wooden catamaran. We decided to spend the first night at Sabang beach because we had heard this is the best ...