Tree House Beach Resort

Angol, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
Prices starting from $48.00
 

Travel Blogs from Boracay

Sirwouldyouliketospendsomemoney?jetski,massage?

A travel blog entry by perkins2013

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We had left Pandan high in spirits, knowing we had another long journey ahead. A bus to San Jose on West Mindoro, a night stop there and the a bus to Roxas on the East coast which was 4 hours then a 4 hour ferry trip to Caticlan, in the Visayas, from where we could get a small bangka over to Boracay...one of the worlds top Holiday destinations with …

The Great Divide in Boracay

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng

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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.

Captain's Cabin …

White Beaches and White friends

A travel blog entry by pam_steve

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... keep them cold for us in her fridge. Much more promising than our cooler idea in this type of heat. Our night turned out unexpectedly rowdy. We met up with our Swedish friends Jeff and Anna for dinner and a pub crawl, claimed to be the #1 thing to do in Boracay by Trip Advisor. Pubcrawl – 1, Steve and Pam – 0. We had a blast.

June 30, 2013

We woke up this morning not feeling so hot. We spent most of the day re-hydrating ...

The Bad...

A travel blog entry by tomrohlf

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... s get out of here!" Our group in a state of shock, we returned back to Frendz Hostel to make sure everyone was ok.  Upon arriving I sat down and had a short chat with the locals who work at the hostel and who were at the club with us that night. They informed me that this kind of violence was "normal" all over the Philippines and that it was most likely over a fairly trivial disagreement. It's remarkable how different "normal" can ...

Tiers, terraces and tinsel

A travel blog entry by lyncraven

... and a lot of slippery passages, so we simply visited Sumaging separately. This was a slippery-stepped cave with some obscure human bones nestled near steps!

Our final visit was to see ‘hanging coffins’ in a lovely area of Echo Valley, where centuries-old coffins are also fixed into the side of limestone caves!! The animistic Applai people clearly prefer to bury their dead in caves, but it appears that the gods require the sacrifice of ...

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