La Solana Suites and Resort
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... dailly, and of course I had to pay extra... There is a ferry, daily at 10:15, which I missed of course, therefore I cycled in direction of Puero Galera (only 3 km :-) and luckily stumbled over the Fisherman's Cove hotel & dive. The hotel, owned by Guiseppe an Italian, is located on a very pituresque, quiet spot and features also the best restaurant I had so far (pasta is al dente!). So ...
Well this is nearly it, spent the last day on the beach for a while now, tickets are booked for the morning for the boat back to mainland, the laundry is collected, bags are nearly packed (and full), but wat an awesome 8 weeks its been. There is noone else i would of enjoyed this trip with as doing it with you Miss K, even if you steal my food. Few things left to get from here before we leave, but leaving most of ...
... star fish and angel fish – very pretty.
We were also able to hear the monkeys playing in the trees but didn't
manage to spot any.
Around lunch time we
were dropped off at White beach, which was indeed beautiful white
sand but unfortunately also covered in hawkers, some less than
glamorous lady boys and endless karaoke booths. For a nationality
that likes singing so much there's not much correlation with skill
level, so this was a little ...
... some parts.
B and I wanted a place with peaceful and serene surroundings, amazing scenery and natural beauty only a short road trip and boat hop from Manila. On recommendation of some friends, we chose Kalaw Place (www.kalawplace.com.ph). A small family run resort owned and managed by Guido Kalaw and his German wife Rosmarie. Rosmarie practically runs the day to day operations of the resort. I sent a text message inquiring about ...
... heritage, she has quickly become a proficient texter :)
Christmas Day, we piled in Aunt Julie and Uncle Boy's car and made the drive down to Batangas, where I would meet Tatay's side of the family for the first time. In Batangas, it is a mix of Christmas and fiesta, each home in the village has a huge feast prepared, and you go from house to house filling your stomach with pork afritada, pancit palambok, arroz valenciana, beef caldereta, ...