P&M Final Option Beach Resort

Address: #320 Eagle Street, San Juan, La Union, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
 
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan

    Banaue

    A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Jul 02, 2014

    23 photos

    ... The sun was scorching so a cold dip was just what our melting bodies needed. Before heading back through the maze of paths we polished off some soggy sandwiches and 50p rum and coke, using calamansi (lime) powder to taste. The heavens didn't just open on the walk back, they cleared not far from our Jeepney. We all legged it up steep hills to get cover, passing by groups of children just finishing school for the day who smiled at our misfortune. We were all soaked to ...

    Exploring Bayombong and Banaue Rice Terraces

    A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 04, 2014

    34 photos

    ... at Chowking. While waiting at the registration and insurance office I visited a pawn shop. Pawn shops are more like loans with collateral that they keep if you can't pay the loan back. So I had to ask them specific items that I may be looking for. Sorry Sharon they didn't have any good jewelry. I leave the pawn shop and the the Capital Park maintenance people cutting down a rotting branch of a ...

    Philippines - Rice Terraces in North Luzon

    A travel blog entry by suzvarey on Jun 01, 2013

    So after saying goodbye to Paul, I headed across town towards the only bus that seemed to still be running trips to Banaue. Fortunately when I arrived at the station there were still seats available so I booked myself on to the 9pm bus and then realised I had another 4 hours to kill! Luckily I bumped into a Canadian guy who was also booked onto the same bus and said he was going to watch a film at the local shopping mall. I gratefully accepted his offer of joining him ...

    Monkeys (sort of), mountains and mud!

    A travel blog entry by jessandaxel on Apr 30, 2013

    ... their house while they fixed it. An hour and a half later we were off, joined by a loud clicking sound that turned heads. Even cooler. We passed colonial churches and rice fields on the way to the Chocolate Hills.These large, now green, symmetrical mounds, rose over the jungle below. They looked really pretty in the dropping sun. To our delight, we made it back, with extra steak to celebrate.

    Bohol- Wednesday 24th April

    Philippino chickens are stupid. They ...

    A Paradise in Batad

    A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 07, 2012

    33 photos

    ... got myself a guide Jerry and we tricycled to a nearer village Kinakin.

    Most hikers would do the original route Batad-Cambulo-Kinakin in 2 days. We did the insane within a day in reversed route. The two main ascents at the start and the end were the main killers. The shortcut sharp descend around Cambulo village hurt my feet so much that I almost gave up in tears or sweat or whatever was flowing down my face. The locals say that Batad's majestic views can only ...