La Veranda Beach Resort & Restaurant
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Panglao
... sun from shining! We have had rain, winds and cloudy skies for almost two weeks now. The only good thing is that the temperatures are still high, however when it's raining and windy, it prevents you from doing a lot of things.
This weather system seems to be everywhere we are, or where we are planning to be. We are hoping that it will only last a few more days, although nobody can say for sure.
After we lost ...
... was a little depleted, feeling that a kayak trip with a sandwich would have been absolutely ideal for the situation...quiet, beautiful views and no Ronan Keating!! Disappointed and still a little hungry, we jumped in the car quite quickly and got out of there to our next and final visit which, thankfully, turned out to be really rather splendid... a butterfly sanctuary.
We had joked a couple of times that there are quite a few dotted around the Philippines and ...
... made his home in Chiang Mai!
I am spending room-time catching up with correspondence, writing this blog, sorting photographs and reading of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Ivy has been spending most of her time reading on-line about Australia's medical requirements for visa applicants. She was told by the physicians at St Luke's Hospital that her Xrays showed scars on her lungs that were indicative of active or inert TB. That is a threat to her ...
... at our hotel, then playing in the swimming pool with the babies. The pool is always nice and warm since it's hot here day and night. it's also like having our own private pool since no one else is staying here!
Before lunch we normally head to the beach and make ourselves at home at Halla and Simons diveshop. It's a nice shady spot right on the beach that serves great food and cold ...
... dreams. It was high up on my list of things to do on this trip from day one and Charlotte will find it incredible that I have managed to pretty much keep it out of my blogs upto this point. Get deserted on a desert island. I know there are island hopping tours here and the guy is clued up and fluent so I ask him. He shows me a picture of an island nearby that is the absolute definition of what you imagine a desert island to be. It's not expensive to do but it would ...