Sabang Inn Beach & Dive Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... guy on the beach trying to make some money for his family. It’s the same price either way for you. PG warning...the ladyboys really come out at night! For those who are not tolerant of an alternative lifestyle it can be quite shocking. What one does in their life is up to them but after couple of days here I wanted to move on. There are lots of daytime activities and of course shopping ...
... and just told the driver to take us where we stayed before. (Annabelles.) Would reccommend it to anyone! This isn't the madness of Boracay, it's just a sleepy little getaway place for few tourists, locals to escape Manila, and a few daytrip boats that come from the mainland for a couple of hours. All checked in, smelly clothes gone, we're off to the beach for our usual antics. Just hope there isnt any ******* jellyfish like last time!!!! ...
trying to convince us of the “very bad current Sir, very bad”
despite the fact that we were already in the calm waters. Fortunately
a smile or laughter gets you a long way in the Philippines.
The second stop at Long
Beach, (I'm assuming a description is unnecessary) provided great
snorkelling with really varied fish in terms of colour and breeds
including friendly orange fish which nibbled on our fingers, sea
slugs, leopard ...
... used to moor in its protective harbor during bad weather.
It took me a little over 17 years to return to Puerto Galera since my first and last visit. A lot has changed since as places such as White Beach, Sabang and La Laguna are almost completely built up which was one of the reasons I continuously put off returning to this place along with the sleazy reputation of places such as Sabang. But little did I know that there are still hidden ...
or...Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. For Dei and I, our first together.
On Christmas Eve, we stayed in Novaliches and had a big feast (a theme throughout our stay in the Philippines)...spit-roasted chickens, filipino spaghetti, baked macaroni, buco pandan and fruit salad. Some carolers came by, though not as many as we anticipated (with our stack of pesos). We did a white elephant gift exchange, and Dei and I gave Nanay a mobile phone. True to ...