Marina Village Beach and Dive Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarina Village Beach and Dive Resort Moalboal
Clean, comfortable and good value at 800 pesos and up. Adjacent to Savedra Diving in the heart of Panagsama Beach.
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into the road on a particularly bumpy stretch, much to the bemusement
of a nearby dog. Seeing the worried look on Tom's face, and not
realising what had happened I actually thought that we'd run over the
dog! Fortunately my trusty rucksack, a present from my Dad and Step
Mum on my 18th birthday is made of sturdy stuff and has
seen plenty of the world in its time. The only damage from its brush
with danger was a hole in the side pocket where ...
... by painting the walls of the school, it definitely made the school look brighter and more lively, overall today was super fun, and I loved meeting the little kids" - Kelly
"Today was only the first day but it was so fun. After months and months of tedious work at school, it felt really good to chill out a little bit at the beach and pool. Also, we had a lot of fun painting a wall green. ...
... as well !! Me? I'll stick to darts thank you very much.
We had a fantastic time in Moal Boal, Good weather, good accommodation, good snorkeling and great resort. This is our third time to the Philippines and it hasn't let us down yet. We head back to Cebu for one more night then fly up to Manila for one night and that will round off our month in the Philippines. We will be sad to leave as usual.
... the traditional all-day sesh in the Hogs!
Christmas morning came and we were lucky enough to have a stocking to open, courtesy of the two dancing Santas that had serenaded us with ukuleles during dinner by the pool the night before! The customary Crimbo morning fuzzy heads were soon treated with a couple of glasses of buck’s fizz and some stocking goodies – we even had satsumas! The remainder of the day was shared out ...
... family stuff. Many of them seemed to be setting up for a day of barbecuing and beer drinking under shade trees, or in little beach front gazebos. The deep, white sand beach curved around a promontory and we followed it, digging our toes into the hot sand and marvelling at the clear blue water. It was a pretty little place. For one of the first times on the trip we were somewhere we hadn’t planned to be, it was somewhat refreshing to wander into a town we knew nothing ...