La Solana Suites and Resort

Address: White Beach, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on White Beach, Puerto Galera, is near White Beach Puerto Galera and Mt. Pukansan National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera

    Expect the unexpected...

    A travel blog entry by tonymylius on Jul 04, 2013

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    ... we returned as the day was drawing to a close, a humbling experience indeed. Just one more thing which I learnt the other day courtesy of a chat with an German expat who now lives here and that is time doesn't exist here unless you have to work of coarse, you eat when your hungry, sleep if your tired, the only change in the day is day and night so with that advice I've popped my watch in my backpack and will avoid asking for the time because it doesn't matter, I like ...


    A travel blog entry by gordo2012 on Apr 15, 2012

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    ... head north from Manila to check out the impossibly steep & green rice terraces, but I had seen similar in Indonesia. So instead we bussed it south for a ferry over to the beaches of Puerto Gallera. We talked our new Swedish friend Felicia into coming along and Gay’s friends Melo and Eric joined us too.

    Unlike most other Asian peoples, the Philos rival the Japanese in their love of travel, and Puerto Gallera is the closest beach ...

    Watch out for the sandflies!

    A travel blog entry by gemmandmatt on Jun 06, 2011

    The following day we decided to move onto White Beach which was a little further west along the coast. To reach there we first had to take a jeepney and then a tricycle. A jeepney is the main form of public transport here. From the front they look like a truck but the back is converted to two long benches and each one plies certain routes (written on the outside). The tricycle is the philippines answer to a rickshaw / tuk tuk. Powered by a motorbike with a side ...

    A Holiday Reprieve

    A travel blog entry by bryantpark on Dec 27, 2010

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    ... and resorts reflect on the water across the bay.

    On our second day, B and I just stayed in the whole morning preparing our own breakfast and lunch. After lunch, Rosmarie was kind enough to offer us the use of their small row boat. they also have a paddle boat that you can use at no extra charge. Taking the row boat was a bit of a challenge at first even trying to figure out which way to face and what direction to paddle haha. But after a ...

    Diving in Anilao

    A travel blog entry by rjdemp on Jun 13, 2010

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    ... experience we had with a nasty Trigger fish that chased after us as the dive master kept it from taking a bite out of our legs. They are supposed to have a cone of territory surrounding their nest that you can swim out of to safety but this guy's cone seemed to go on forever. Maybe he didn't read the rules. We know that sharks and baracudas are to be avoided but Trigger fish seem to be a bigger threat in this ...