Vitton & Woodland Beach Resorts
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsVitton & Woodland Beach Resorts Donsol
Loved this 'hostel' even though it was more of a hotel! Our room overlooked the pool which looked out onto the sea, it was beautiful!
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Day 40 - 16th May
We had a bit of a lay in this morning and got up at 10:30am as we were both shattered. We had breakfast then got a trike to the South Bus Terminal to get a minivan to Donsol. Whilst we were there I suggested buying our bus tickets for tomorrow to go to Manila. Luckily we did as all buses were fully booked except one at …
... became a thing due to that fact that locals thought the whale sharks were dangerous, It wasnt until 1997 after wildlife expert Amir Rublub led a diving team and showed everyone that the great sea mammal was actually dosile. Being someone that had never before dived or snorkelled in y life i decided that this would be a good jump-off place to start. Only that this time i ...
Home to the 'Butanding' aka whale shark - the initial attraction for us (not so much Amelia) to visit the Philippines. There are other places to see them around the Philippines. For example Oslob, Cebu. But in Oslob the local fishermen and tour operators feed the whale sharks, to attract and keep them there for longer than normal. Unfortunately these actions slowly take away the shark's ability to 'hunt' its own food (plankton). Not agreeing with these practices we ...
... day. We got ripped off by our trike driver who charged us P70 for a P40 journey (about a 50p difference!!) and started the long hike up the winding road to the top of Lignon Hill. It was long and hard in the midday sun to reach the summit which is said to be the best view of Mayon. We weren't disappointed. We reached the top, low on water and energy by now, glanced at the volcano briefly then went immediately to buy ourselves a congratulatory ice cream. We sat, ice creams in ...
... were travelling home. Oh well, they probably deserve a windfall.
The phrase 'the road is there to share' takes on a whole new meaning, and it's amazing how everyone stays so polite. Drivers compete for blacktop real estate with rice drying on the road, stalls setup on the road, military road calming, kids, dogs and old men crossing the road without looking, cars, vans, trucks trikes, jeepneys, pushbikes and scooters overtaking each other with no ...