La Veranda Beach Resort & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Panglao
... sold candy to the kids. These candies were made of yema - we know it as condensed milk. When heated, it takes on the consistency of toffee and can be moulded into exciting shapes.
School holidays were not for holidaying. She established a small store - "Ivy's Store" - where she sold sardines, noodles, dried fish crackers, soy sauce, vinegar and candies. Buko (coconut) juice, ice blocks and snack bars were good sellers.
... planned on dolphin and whale watching but it became too expensive so we passed that! We stayed in l'elephant bleu which was lovely and really close to the beach. Alona beach was lovely we arrived just before sunset!! We had a great meal in Trudys - good food but cheap =]
On day two we sat on the beach, snorkelled and just had a lazy day. Lovely =] We organised a day trip to Bohol for the following day so we packed our bags that night ready for our tour =]
We rented a bike and went to the Bee farm. They had a nice restaurant with a brilliant view.All the food was organic from their own farm. We went on a tour around the farm and Anna new all the herbs. That was pretty impressive. We tasted the wild honey and it tasted a bit like the herbs in the garden which ofcourse is the cool part about honey that it taste of where it comes from. The food was brilliant also. Very nice day!
... specifically at Alona Vida Beach Resort on Panglao Island. We had never been there and didn't do any research in advance. We just relied on the opinion of others who had been to Bohol and knew the dive operator and diving were good. The rest we would figure out when we got there. Bohol is known for the Chocolate Hills which are land formations that appear as brown mounds in the dry season. It's also known for the ...
... 3). Aching and oozing blood, my plans for snorkeling evaporated.
Eventually I regrouped and, determined to make the most of the day, I rented a motorbike and headed off on 75km circuit of the island. A couple of hours later I was quite enjoying the day, zipping along country lanes, returning the excited hellos of the local kids, when Siquijor attacked again. This time it launched a cat at my motorcycle (BLI ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility