Sabang Inn Beach & Dive Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is great with colorfull corals and lots of little sea creatures, so Sabang was a perfect start for me. Today Friday is my last day in Sabang, I arranged a boat for tomorrow morning to bring me to Abra de Ilog from where I start cycling to Mamburao at Mindoros West coast. Let's hope the boat Shows up at 8:00 and the wheater & sea is ...
... from eating 3 curries in 24 hrs!!) and f****** dogs barking all night, so a bit grouchy!! Last night we relaxed, played cards, Linda packed, so that means my bag is like 3 times heavier than hers which doesn't really matter anyway as i always end up carrying hers anyway!! So yeah, the last cold shower here at 5am, got down to the beach for our pick up, and, suprise suprise, can you beleive there are ...
... of the veg curry rut and had a
tasty pizza, as did Tom. We then had a wander through Sabang centre
to check out the “interesting” night life, mainly old, fat
western men with their tiny, disturbingly young Filipino
“girlfriends”, plus a few curtained off discos, massage shops,
and karaoke bars crammed with teenagers. Not overly tempted by any of
the options on offer we headed back and watched a film.
... after an hour's drive. The SLEX and Star are now connected which helped us save about 30 minutes from our trip. Upon arriving at Batangas port, we headed to D&D Parking just off the main road before entering the port's gate to park our car. D&D Parking was recommended by Kalaw place as a cheaper and safe alternative to the parking area inside the port. D&D charges only P75/day compared to P10/hour inside the port. Edgar, the ...
... or even with the other students. They would mostly stick close to the teacher .
Of course most of the kids were glad just to see a new face since the village is a long way out and in a government protected area they hardly ever get visitors apart from staff. So when we walk in with ...