P&M Final Option Beach Resort

Address: #320 Eagle Street, San Juan, La Union, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on #320 Eagle Street, San Juan.
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan

    Visiting family in Solano and Bayombong

    A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 02, 2014

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... keep telling me that I'm jokingly giving them a nose bleed. It means that they are struggling with their english when talking to me. I struggle just as much when I'm trying to understand their Tagalog when talking to me.

    For dinner my uncle Elmer made fried rice, longaniza (a sweet Filipino sausage), and Paksiw [pack-sew] with bangues [baung-oose] (soup with milkfish). Bangues is one of my mom's and tatay's favorite fish. I gave it a ...

    Rice terraces of Banaue

    A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 17, 2013

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... of western tourists, "Americans" as they are known to the Philippinos, as we hadn't seen a foreigner for weeks. The journey was brutal, punctuated by some sleep on my broken chair right at the back of a freezing cold bus with the french girl next to me cuddling up in her sleep, stopping every two hours to have a break and a walk and all after our already tiring journey. We were shattered, beyond shattered in fact but as we pulled into a bus stop in Banaue at 7.30am we were met ...

    How Do They Do That? - "Rice"

    A travel blog entry by robandnorma on Apr 18, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... for the 4WDs and a selection of shops.

    The journey down the other side to the village gave us an impressive view of the valley we were heading into. We had come to this village to see even more impressive (and UNESCO protected) stone rice terraces. From the top you could just see some portion of them, and Batad in the distance nestled along a ridge top. The walk down took about 40 minutes and as soon as we reached the village our minds were blown away with the view. ...

    The Rice Terraces of Batad

    A travel blog entry by lolly2012 on Jan 10, 2013

    7 photos

    ... town is situated on either side of a steep valley with a babbling mountain river cutting it in half. Then up on the hills beyond the town we were surrounded by what looked like giant green steps. Over a dinner of Chicken curry we were approached by a guide offering us a trip tomorrow for 700P each but we declined thinking it too much. Later on our evening stroll we discovered a tour agency that for 700P between us we'd get transport to the junction by ...


    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 ...