P&M Final Option Beach Resort

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

    How Do They Do That? - "Rice"

    A travel blog entry by robandnorma on Apr 18, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... Black Nazarene statue that is said to provide miracles. We finished the day off with another visit to the Robinsons Mall, where we had dinner and caught a movie in the evening (Oblivion, which we both enjoyed).

    The next morning we relaxed as our flight to Palawan wasn't until later in the afternoon. Eventually, we did jump in a taxi and made our way to the airport through more heavy traffic. We will return to Manila in just over a week's time for our last night's stay in the ...

    To see the world in a grain of... rice

    A travel blog entry by feliciawong on Nov 28, 2012

    20 photos

    ... Right now, all we're seeing are waterlogged grey terraces as they're preparing the land for the next planting, mixing in vegetative material to help nourish the soil. The bright yellow flowers (local "sunflowers", according to Denver) and any weeds growing on the terrace walls are tediously cut by hand, gathered, and mixed into each terrace. Nothing goes to waste. "We don't use chemical fertilizers here like commercial rice in the lowlands. Only organic, natural plants," ...

    The 8th Wonder Of The World?

    A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Mar 09, 2012

    ... some odd totem pole things and then some pretty cool pictures with a 'passing' craggly tribesman. Our trike driver took us down to another couple of viewpoints before the camera died and we paid him off so we could sit around and then walk the nice walk back into town. The people who live by the roadside on the way back to town are incredibly friendly. Banaue is also apparently home to the wooden bike. A bike made entirely out of wood (wheels included), we saw a few kids flying ...

    Finally arrived in Banaue

    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Jan 23, 2012

    13 photos

    ... guides, Ephrem and Bong with whom I agreed for trips of tomorrow and the next day in Banaue and Batad where I will sleep tomorrow night before returning to Banaue
    I then met a young couple from Monaco of Bavaria who is traveling first months in the U.S. and then here in Asia and two other tourists of my age from Sweden and DanemarkUndo editsDizionario

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    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 11, 2011

    2 photos

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    The next day, I set out in a tricycle (motorbike with a side car) to head up to the Hapao rice terraces. I wanted to do the famous ampithether of rice terraces, but it was very hot and I didn't have the energy for that hike. The road to Hapao was a mud pit and it was challenging to get there. At the entrance to the trails, there had been ...