Sol Y Mar Family Beach Resort

Address: km 20 + 800, Tigbauan, Iloilo City, Panay, Visayas, 5021, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on km 20 + 800, Tigbauan, Iloilo City.
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Travel Blogs from Iloilo City

Stopover

A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 17, 2014

After being stranded in Manila for an extra day, we booked a quick flight this morning to Kalibo (because it was really cheap) and then started making our way down the visayas and aiming for Bohol hopefully tomorrow. We spend the night in Iloilo, which took a couple of buses and ...

Stopover

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 17, 2014

After being stranded in Manila for an extra day, we booked a quick flight this morning to Kalibo (because it was really cheap) and then started making our way down the visayas and aiming for Bohol hopefully tomorrow. We spend the night in Iloilo, which took a couple of buses ...

Island Hopping in Islas de Gigantes, Iloilo

A travel blog entry by faithtimario on Jun 19, 2014

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Summer 2014. Located in the municipality of Carles in the province of Iloilo is Islas de Gigantes, a group of virgin islands. From Iloilo City, you can ride the Ceres bus to Carles which can take 4 hours of travel then you can rent a boat going to the islands. I was with my family when we went there for the first time. You will see unique rock formations and appreciate the beauty of nature in ...

The Day We've been Looking Forward To

A travel blog entry by blanford on Jun 05, 2014

... girls so dearly in the few short days they stayed with us. Hearing and seeing all of their precious stories just made me want to bring them all home with us. We stayed extra long with them as the kids played and sang together. None wanted to leave. W introduced Scott to Ronilyn, Gretchen, Rizzel and Tricia, and he introduced us to Mary Jane, who he had met last time he had come over to Bacolod. What a sweet evening, that left my heart just a little broken. ...

Philippines: Jeepneys, pork fat and super typhoons

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on Jan 26, 2014

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... areas, typhoons cut a somewhat narrow path and most of the country wasn't affected at all.

Believing what you read in guidebooks and tourism websites is problematic. The island of Palawan is referred to as the last natural frontier of the Philippines, full of wonders waiting to be discovered. Sounds great, but what we found didn't match the guidebook bravado, most of these wonders were, in reality, only accessible by highly structured day trips that ...