Villa de Oro Beach Resort

Between Station 2 and 3, Boracay, Visayas, Philippines | Resort

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Hi from the No 1 Island in the World

A travel blog entry by aarkventure


... there and the beach was just as stunning. We have about a million photos of sunsets now and they're all amazing.

For our last day at Boracay, we had booked a trip to Ariel's point. Basically, they take a group of tourists out on boats to an island, with as much booze as you want to drink and as much food as you want to eat. There are big rocks, which have planks jutting out for you to dive off at 5m, 8m, 10m and 15m. It doesn't sound ...

Cebu - Day 2 at Bantayan & Virgin Island

A travel blog entry by matinhick

... some money for the driver but my husband agreed with that and take him to the market. He already know that he will be charged a lot so he made a deal for 100 pesos roundtrip, resort to arket and vice versa.

Getting there, there still no Carinderias around and because ...

Wreck diving

A travel blog entry by suokkotravels

... had fun with it. Sank about 1 1/2 years ago, so not too much coral growth yet.
The next wreck dive was called the Camia II, a local fishing vessel about 110 ft long at about 90 foot depth, sunk about 10 years ago, donated to the local divers association; and sank just like a donald duck boat; upright, perfect. Lots of growth, some bigger fish, tuna, swimming near the top; nudibranch on the deck floor, and juvenielle sweet ...

Boracay Beach

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins

... it. It's not very nice, it's in a little community where a huge family lives and I suspect that the surrounding terrace of cottages have entire families living in them. This is the only place I can think of in 5 months were we have stayed somewhere so rural, strange that it would be somewhere so touristy and commerical.
From a rural community that gets their water from a pump to rich Westerners eating expensive chain pizza within a 2min walk. The seafront. The beach ...

Batad-Banaue trekking and crazy food

A travel blog entry by vinkor


... the beak, even rice wine and a chewed betel.
Meeting the children of Ephraim and his beautiful sister who has a store of fish in the country and then ascend the hill overlooking Banaue where I met three Italian from Bergamo and Portogruaro before dinner and then met with Lennar, the Dane who is sick as many others for too much air conditioning of whom Filipinos are obsessed.



This resort is located on Between Station 2 and 3, Boracay.
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