Coconut Grove Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... highlight in my Philippines trip, trekking in the rice paddies was just as good as in the Sappa valley in Vietnam, but we had something I did not have in Vietnam, our guide Ray, what a legend! Also the bussing in the mountains was unreal, some of the most beautiful mountain roads I have ever seen. I travelled with Alya the rest of my time in the Philippines.
This was the end of the surfing part of our Philippine travels and was followed by a chapter I like to call ...
... Cave', which was actually a turning right. Well I know this sounds like a girly bar but the photos on the sign were definitely the cave described in the book so we headed in and met a lovely elderly couple sat on their front porch, kind of like something out of Philippino Deliverance. The gentleman looked like Ghandi and kindly took us along the jungle path in his tricycle towards the cave. After a couple of minutes he turned around, telling us he had forgotten to turn ...
... over the beach. All of them speak English and they are fantastic surfers as they have been doing nothing else since their childhood. The beach is not long and not really for swimming as the surfers occupy the water almost all day long.
We sleep in the hut with balcony that has an ocean view, only 20 meters from beautiful ocean. We get up and go to bed cuddled by ocean’s singing and its rhythm that makes us slow down. We even breathe ...
It's 6:30 in the morning on Friday in the Philippines. Don't ask me what time my circadian brain thinks it is... The weather here is phenomenal. It's 29 degrees in the morning with breezes blowing in off the south China Sea. They help to cool things off. Along with a little dip in the ocean, of course. My uncle's girlfriend cooked us a fantastic chicken curry with rice last night. A filipino delicacy, ...
... 8217;t have a hostel booked. I pulled into Baguio at about 11pm and hopped in a taxi to try and find a place to stay. I went to five places before I found one that had a room free. It was a hotel listed in my Rough Guide, but I’m not sure why it was in there. It was pretty horrible. The single room is 800 pesos ($20) for the night, which is pretty expensive for southeast Asia, and ...