Villa Camilla

Address: Station 3, Boracay, Visayas, Philippines | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Station 3, Boracay.
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Paradise

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 25, 2014

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... it a miss and get some sleep. The girls were pretty good and kept the noise down for us.

The following morning we took a quick walk down the beach to look for a vest for myself and Aline and to pick up some medicine. We then had breakfast at the one and only Globy before getting our things together and leaving for the ferry. I said goodbye to the girls and wished them safe travels.

We then went back over to the port of Caticlan to catch a mini van back to Iloilo ...

So you got an amoeba!

A travel blog entry by robin.p.tuck on Feb 24, 2013

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... I thought i would feel better if i got that. But it was one of the most uncomfortable massages I have ever gotten. The lady (they were transgendered) pulled my hair, and i just feel like she didn't really know what she was doing. Over all it didn't make me feel any better. That night we went for mongolian grill for dinner. I was hoping for it to be like it is at home but it just wasn't. And it really didn't make me feel any better. I went to bed at about 10 that night. ...

You cant beat a good ramble

A travel blog entry by gingersontour on Feb 19, 2012

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... promised to get us a jeep and that we could join the group of travelers on the way back at the same cost. we managed to get in a jeep and were finally on our way to Batad.

We arrived at whats know as "the saddle" which is as far as transport can go, you have to make a 45min to 1 hour trek downhill to Batad its self. We saw the jeepney driver that we shouldve gone with in the first place and he said he would take us back, and to be here at 3 pm. ...

Tiers, terraces and tinsel

A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Dec 30, 2011

... aren’t willing to commit the same high man hours required to maintain this high-maintenance work. Preferring to work in the towns or cities, it’s leaving many of the rice terraces in the hands of ever-aging older families.

We learned more about the Ifuago people from this lovely guy, with him telling us all about rice farming (a really labour-intensive business, in the extreme!): the amount of hours for planting, weeding, keeping ...

Bantayan Town a nice place to visit.

A travel blog entry by 7tck7334 on Nov 20, 2010

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... everything we wanted while we looked on. The wet market, lacked tuna, my one treat, and in the whole time there i only saw it once, although i am told i was going at the wrong times.... Jelas meat shop just across from the wet market, ha a wide range of fresh meat, however it gets the worst of the days sun, and the staf make no efforts to protest the meat displayed in the window. Needless ...