Lazi Beach Club

Address: Talayong, Siquijor, Visayas, 6228 , Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Talayong, Siquijor.
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    Travel Blogs from Siquijor

    The trouble with Queenie and Ruby

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Dec 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... stepping stones, past a rippling blue pool (five seconds in and I am already sold) into a wide grassy plot dotted with bamboo bungalows and coconut palms. The smiley girl behind the bar said they had one beachfront cottage (no aircon), at 1400php a night (19) I made a show of angling for a discount, but by now I didn't really care. I walked back to Miranda's and Lynne took great pleasure in handing back the toy padlock to the tiny damp cupboard we had been ...

    Siquijor island magic

    A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet on Aug 27, 2014

    10 photos

    ... there’s a few prone bodies who have over indulged but it’s an easy going event. In Australia in similar circumstances there would be battalions of police trying to constantly suppress random acts of violence. We saw 3 police, sitting on their bikes having a chat.

    Back at the resort we walk what seems like 2km in the darkness back to our plush digs and collapse, even late at 11pm it’s steamy and hot. Tropical. ...

    Whalesharks !! So wrong, but so cool.

    A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet on Aug 24, 2014

    14 photos

    ... re not allowed to. At one point I am squeezed between two passing sharks, the guide yelling at me to watch out as one passes right behind me.

    It’s overall a pretty awesome experience though one is still left with doubt about the ecological impact on their natural behaviours. With another 1000 people a day eager to share this experience, I didn’t think any protest of just us two white people in declining this opportunity was going to ...

    Things we have noticed.....

    A travel blog entry by imcandry on Jan 19, 2014


    ... concrete, which is mixed by hand, to issuing a boat ticket, which is done with three carbon copies! Its amazing how absolutely nothing is done in an expedient manner. However, the manual labour does supply jobs for the people (of which there is an abundance). If you make a purchase in a store, everything is put into a plastic bag, which is then heat sealed, and the sales receipt stapled onto the bag. In a lot of ...

    Old island life on Siquijor.

    A travel blog entry by jonwalla24 on Apr 09, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... guy has sweated you and your luggage in the heat!
    By far the cheapest way to travel though is by Jeepney- ex-WWII jeeps with extended chasis and seating that travel set routes through towns. A standard cross town journey costs no more than 15p! Down-side is you need a way to work out if you are actually going in the correct direction and when to jump ship!

    Next day we caught one of the numerous "OceanJet" ferries across to Siquijor for about a fiver each and ...