P&M Final Option Beach Resort

San Juan, La Union, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan

    Viva Vigan!

    A travel blog entry by jessandaxel on May 02, 2013

    Travel to Vigan- Monday 29th April

    Awake at 6am ready for a loooonnngggg travelling day. Bus at 7am to Bagio, (a university town and mountain retreat for Philippinos escaping the heat) 209km away taking 7 1/2 hours. Through windy roads, passing rivers, lakes and flowering trees including a huge burnt orange type. After a quick taxi transfer, and stocking up on empanadas and tangerines began the 2nd leg of the trip. We boarded another bus to Vigan. Five and a ...

    Batad - The best Rice Terraces

    A travel blog entry by suokkotravels on Feb 19, 2013

    14 photos

    ... to train the tree girls for a month of massage school here); they were adorable, and appreciative for our business (close call for us, as no ATM's within 200 miles, and we had to count our money, they were so tusting saying just send the money in the mail, but in the end we had enough pesos to pay them). When we hiked back up the the mountain in the morning we weren't sure if the road was going ...

    Filipino fillip (prt 2)

    A travel blog entry by busbydawson2012 on May 31, 2012

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    ... our next destination, Batad – just 12km away but a bone-shuddering
    hour along an unmade road which rose sharply to a saddle of land. As there is
    no vehicular access to the village, the last few kilometres has to be done on
    foot down a slippery path. We arrived the day before a huge wedding being held
    in the village, so joined six enormous pigs, flower girls, dress-makers and
    guests from all around making their way to the festivities. We were accompanied

    Day 1 (Ethnic Village, NFA Aguian View deck)

    A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Jan 20, 2012

    77 photos

    ... disenyong ito ay nagbibigay ng init sa mga nakatira sa loob.

    Makikita rin sa Ethnic Village ang ilang mga kagamitang pambahay na ginagamit nila noon. Matapos ang aming paglilibot at pagpapapicture, tumuloy na kami sa aming susunod na lakad.

    Tinanong ko ang driver namin kung maaaring sa taas ng jeepney sumakay papunta sa aming ...


    A travel blog entry by gabby-gabz on Sep 08, 2011

    316 photos

    ... foot. And I believed it will be my most comfortable surfing stance. Sir Mandy said, if I could skid/balance myself most comfortably with my left foot forward, then I'm a natural-footed surfer; if it's my right foot that I have forward, then I'm a goofy-footed. So there, I could go out into the beach and tell every surfers that I'm a pretty natural-footed gal, LOL!

    We proceeded to a comfortable depth out where the whitewater ...