Paraiso Don Juan Beach Resort

Address: Manangat, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on Manangat, Luzon.
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Travel Blogs from Luzon

Quelle différence/what a difference

A travel blog entry by maa3 on Apr 26, 2015

8 comments, 6 photos

... local guy, brought us on his tuktuk. To visit some rice fields. On our way back, we stopped to visit very ancient traditional houses and we were caught in a storm that lasted and lasted. We arrived at the guesthouse all wet. The big difference is the fresh air, compared to Manila's. But MOSTLY the people are very kind and gentle. One doesn't field that they are running after your money but after a human contact. At last ,I am reconciled with the ...

Who thought this was a good idea? Part 56,754

A travel blog entry by jab13 on Mar 10, 2015

8 photos

... the people staying overnight in Batad were embarking on a much more gruelling version. Of course, I thought wrong (as I often do). Now, let's get something straight, as I said above, I do not consider myself to be a hiker or someone who goes on long treks for enjoyment purposes. I'm a city girl with a love for beaches. Right? Hmm...Ok, maybe I did trek to Machu Picchu a few years ago, but I've always considered that an anomaly, a fluke of my ...

Banaue, Philippines

A travel blog entry by shayles on Jan 20, 2015

11 photos

... and reasonable and fair). About two hours into the walk a jeepney stops and the driver says he has asked his passengers if they mind him giving me a lift for free and everyone has agreed, 'so jump on board'. This is what I love about Filipino people!!!! They are legends! So kind and generous. As we continue up the mountain I was very glad I accepted the lift because the road becomes a mud bath. The road to Batad is not finished and its been ...

Of Rice and Men

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 27, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... And all the way up it rained, with no view. We were doing this blind, in the cloud, and with no guarantee of any reward should we somehow make it to the viewpoint.

4km is a long way up 1500 ft for two old people with failing health (well, me anyway). All the way we had been told to look out for a police station as this marked the point just before the viewpoint. And the police station never came. Or seemed to never come. You almost start to hallucinate. ...

Banaue Rice Terraces (UNESCO)

A travel blog entry by worldismine on Apr 30, 2014

4 photos

... runned by the government that deprives them from all the benefits tourism can bring to them ). We booked a tour that includes the rice terraces and a waterfall for 600 PHP, then we had just enough time to find a place where to sleep at night and take a shower before going back to the tourist office from where the tour starts at 8.30. Our hotel was called " Halfway ...

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