Punta Bulata White Beach Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Cauayan
... the chain starts coming in. Of course, I didn't realize things would progress quite so quickly so I went to brush my teeth first. Bad choice. I ended up setting in about 30 meters of chain with my toothbrush still in my mouth and drooling toothpaste. Good morning!
The sail to Panay was actually a sail to Panay. After about half an hour of motor sailing we turned the motor off and went full sail until just about an hour before we reached ...
a brief explore of our accommodation and the beach area, which only
has five resorts, we had some amazing food in Takatuka's restaurant
before watching a film together.
day got off to a very cute start when a tiny, inch long baby gecko
greeted me on the pages of the Lonely Planet book. Tom was strangely
a little less excited about being woken up ...
... we travelled south and east around Tolong Bay. Lovely medium-sized roads were often flanked by very small villages, where proud owners kept pristine homes and tidy surroundings. Everywhere looked bright and cheerful and the people seemed to do nothing but smile. Chickens regularly ran the gauntlet as we were coming and the odd pig got a little close as we passed by. People seemed to have a flare for growing here, with plants, shrubs and flowers growing from ...
During the summer break from classes I was able to visit the Christian Brothers' community at Kabankalan on the island of Negros. I received wonderful hospitality from Rod and John, for which I am very grateful. During this time I was able to experience a little of their daily routines as well as learning more about their own stories and the history of the ...
Sipalay is a place where you come to chill for a while as there is not much there. It is perfect for a few days and then you move on. Which we did after day 3 and headed to an island called Guimaras. A place famous for it's mangoes and chilling. Oh, didn't we already do that?
See you all in the horizontal position!
All our love,
Paul & Karen xxx