Coconut Grove Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Bauang
... 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 ...
Greeting's to All-
I am happy to report that we have held two successful meetings for the continued progress of ENCA Farm and Benguet Tivangdal today and last Sunday. To remind you, Benguet Tivangdal is the local Philippine non-profit we created last year to serve as the umbrella organization to support the work of ENCA Farm and in the future other indigenous peoples rights organizations and environmental conservation projects throughout ...
Greeting's to All-
It has been a difficult week here in Tubaly for the Cosalan Family. Sadly, last Sunday my host Uncle Cesar (Lola's second eldest child) passed away. Uncle Cesar had been quite sick the last two years, in and out of numerous hospitals and on bed rest for extended periods of time. So while it is good to know that he is at peace, dealing with a loss is always difficult for a family. I have felt especially sad for Lola and know it has been the ********** her ...
... It's blocked with a wooden gate and random chairs. I can spot a fridge and some containers with water bottles stacked aside.
Thinking is overrated.
So, I remove the chairs, rip the gate carefully from its quite primitive moorings and climb inside. A dog is watching this complicated process silently. After sneaking in, I find the fridge locked with a big lock. I open the plastic wrapping of the containers with my little pocket knife and grab two bottles. "Should I leave some ...
It all started five years ago when my best friend Sherry decided to join the Peace Corps. Sherry was assigned to work in Tublay, Philippines and live with the Cosalan family. She didn't know it then, that she hit the jackpot being placed with this family. As is turned out the Cosalan family has an extensive piece of property in the hills of the region where they run an organic farm and eco-tourism site called ENCA, named after the matriarch ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking