Tree House Beach Resort

Angol, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Angol, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay.
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Travel Blogs from Boracay

The Great Divide in Boracay

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 22, 2012

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Morning Bangka
There were only two daily bangka trips from Looc to Caticlan, Panay. One at 830 am and the other at 930 am. Having done with my breakfast early, I headed out to pier and boarded the 830 am bangka for 300 php. In case you are wondering, there are no direct boat access to Boracay except from Caticlan port.

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Six little piggies

A travel blog entry by imcandry on Feb 17, 2014

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... Oh yeah, did I mention that they're probably all deaf too?? Seems to be a lot of shouting going on. The sand is white and the wAters are crystal clear. We are in the Sulu

We've got about another nine days here, and then it's back to Manila and then Alberta bound. Would it be too much to ask for winter to be over when we arrive home......I thought so.....







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The Greek, and a powercut

A travel blog entry by steve_linda on Mar 08, 2012

So i've been going on about this Greek place for a few days now, and today is the day it comes to an end.

So will it exceed my expectations??

No.

Considering it took us nearly a week to get booked in, our meal was average, rushed, and pretty pricey for what we got! Guess i'm just used to being spoilt in Cyprus by the quality and quantity of food we get ...

Tiers, terraces and tinsel

A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Dec 30, 2011

... green woods, where we first visited the Sugong Coffins. These are very old native Applai wooden coffins that are fixed into the side of the cliff face, altho’ I never learned why they’d been placed there. We moved on to visit the Lumiang Burial Cave, where over a hundred old, dusty coffins (some over 500 years old) lie nestled under rocky ledges near the opening. It’s possible to walk between Lumiang and Sumaging Cave, by wading ...

Ho Hum and a Bottle of Rum

A travel blog entry by lindsay.n.sarah on Feb 05, 2011

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... to ride around the island. We went to the nearest, or maybe only town on the island where we hung around the market for the day. Sarah and I were able to buy some sunglasses for a few dollars each, that was a plus. On our last day there, the sun finally decided to come out and play. So as you can imagine we were going to spend every moment we could on the beach or in the water....mist or not. That didn't end up being the smartest decision. ...