Panglao Tropical Villas
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... top of the jeepney. The journey lasted maybe one hour in total.
In Alona we were told by a few tricycle drivers to go to another place where we could find cheap accommodation but since we wanted to stay close to the beach we decided to try to look there first. We ended up finding a room close to the beach without A/C, but a nice one for PHP 500 per night. The place was called Alona Bamboo House. In the same place we arranged a scooter for the next day for PHP 300.
We had ...
... name and age in order to get a ticket. The young fellows who had pushed their way to the front of the line were buying tickets for their friends - some people were buying up to 25 tickets. Bear in mind each ticket had to be handwritten, so this was a laborious task for the staff who were behind the wicket. Anyway, after pushing and being pushed for about an hour, we were able to purchase a ticket (we were getting a little ...
... where everyone can avail. You can find it there cheapest souvenir items
Driving directions to Sevilla:
- Head east on Pacifico Castillo St toward Tagbilaran City-Corella-Sikatuna-Loboc Road
- Take the first left onto Tagbilaran City-Corella-Sikatuna-Loboc Road
- Turn left onto Loay Interior Road
- Slight left onto Loboc-Sevilla ...
... closely and take photos and one butterfly took a rather amourable interest in Lucy's flowery top, actually trying to feed from the image of a flower!!! It was so peaceful and quiet we stayed for a while, just watching and photographing these lovely insects but felt after a while that it was time to head back to Alona Beach, we were quite tired and had done a lot of walking during the various visits and attractions.
Despite the lunching oddness, the day had ...
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