Panglao Tropical Villas

Address: Danao, Panglao, Visayas, 6340, Philippines | Villa
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This villa is located on Danao, Panglao.
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      Philippines - Panglao & Chocolate Hills

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 11, 2014

      55 photos

      ... there we walked until the end of the beach; there were a lot of restaurants and massages on the way. The only downside of the beach, like in Boracay, was that too many people were trying to offer us tours and stuff, which after a while became very annoying. We just wanted to walk and enjoy the vibe. We didnīt forget to get some food for breakfast and went straight to bed. We were getting up early the next day.

      Day 1: September 11, 2014

      We agreed with a girl that ...

      Casa de la Playa and travel to Panglao

      A travel blog entry by imcandry on Jan 20, 2014


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      We arrived in Taglibaran at about midnight, and hired a motorcycle taxi to take us to our hotel in Panglao - about a 40 minute ride. Oh my heavens - what a ride!!! When we were still in the city, it was great - there were street lights and the ride seemed quite enjoyable, although these motorcycle taxis are much smaller than the ones we rode in when in Siquijor. Then we crossed a bridge, and it's like the lights were ...

      Panglao- tiny beach, big draw

      A travel blog entry by jonwalla24 on Apr 13, 2013

      8 photos

      ... is the small and not very impressive stretch of Alona Beach where it appears someone agreed this would be a great spot for a convergence of tourism and its related concrete resorts/unrelated attractions.

      Needless to say the place was rammed full of holiday makers along with an alarmingly high number of ... 'local' brides. I am not sure of the exact thought process (or lack there of) which allows these disgusting lecherous old ...

      Washed Up and Washed Away

      A travel blog entry by on Mar 25, 2013

      3 photos

      ... She has been very quiet. That's about as extreme as her moods take her.

      We visited Virgin Island yesterday. It's a 30 minute chug in a banca. The greater part of it is visible only at low tide. It's no more than a sand bank really and has therefore been daily experiencing the long term threat confronting the Vanuatus, Micronesias and Maldives of the world as oceans rise and slipping forever beneath the seas. Virgin Island, ...

      Tiny Monkeys, Poo and Big Green Lumps

      A travel blog entry by banyon on Nov 15, 2012

      1 comment, 54 photos

      ... so they resemble chocolate drops, hense the name. Its winter now though (30 plus degrees and they call it winter!!!) and the hills are a green colour. Our guide refers to them as the mint-chocolate hills. As we climb out of the car upon reaching the chocolate hills viewpoint we are struck by the absurdity of them. If it was just one mound, you would think its just a roundish hill. If it was a couple of them you'd think it was a bit odd, but when the whole landscape is ...