Coconut Grove Beach Resort

Address: Km 263 National Highway, Bauang, La Union Province, Ilocos Region, Luzon, 2501, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Km 263 National Highway, Bauang.
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      Travel Blogs from Bauang

      2014-11-23 en trist mindedag i Filippinerne

      A travel blog entry by erikaggerholm on Nov 23, 2014

      23 photos

      ... altså igen smmaen med en masse myg. Jeg er nu - beabsichlich - så langt ude på landet, at man ikke kan få fritter og, at der i en by på størrelse med Skive, ikke findes et værtshus, hvor jeg i fred kan nyde en øl. Men en 7-eleven klarer nøden og der er heller ingen ...

      Puerto Del Sol

      A travel blog entry by peteandal on Nov 21, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the least! Pete and I had a Kubo which was a traditional Filipino house on stilts. Ours was an octagon shape on tall stilts with a staircase curling up round it from the ground. The room was beautiful with fancy towels shaped like swans/elephants and turtles on the bed, a big tv, a balcony with a table and chairs and underneath our room was our open ground floor with a huge table that could seat 8 very large people, two huge benches, a hammock and our bathroom. ...

      Philippines, surfing and finding whale sharks

      A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Jan 07, 2014

      28 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Flash, bang, wallop - what a tricycle

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 26, 2013

      10 photos

      ... on in the cave...I'm sure there is a brownout at the moment but maybe the electricity is back on. So back we went, he flicked a big switch and then took us back along the path to the entrance of the cave. The steps spiralled down into a dark cavern and the air cooled as we went down the steps into darkness, unable to see anything. Ghandi flicked on the torch and said that he had forgotten about the brownout, in fact there is a brownout every day at this time....OK, then ...

      San Fernando/San Juan, a little heaven 4 surfers!

      A travel blog entry by ulka on Oct 01, 2012

      26 photos

      ... sure Tibetans wouldn’t approve).

      After lunch we took jeepsey and went to San Juan, a little town nearby. San Juan or actually San Juan Beach is sought after by surf enthusiast because of its adrenaline-pumping waves. San Juan Beach is only 20 min ride from SF but it gives totally different feeling.

      There are just few hotels/resorts on the beach (more hotels and private houses across the street), with plenty of surfing ...