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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Boracay, Philippines

A travel blog entry by shayles on Dec 15, 2014

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... in various sizes but fit between 20-30people typically) and its not easy or fun travelling when they are full but they are very cheap and practical transport and I find myself using them as preferred method of getting around (it’s a fixed price so I don’t have to worry about tourist price versus local price – I get a fair deal every ride).

I only have the smallest of hiccups trying to get proper prices for transport once on the island. Once it ...


A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 30, 2014

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... to get a tricycle for a ride. All the tricycles ignored me. A service motorcycle stopped and offered me his service. So I took his offer.

I was so scared riding on the motorcycle. That was my first time ever riding on one ever. I was holding on the motorcycle rider's shoulders very tight. He was laughing.

He asked, "Are you Filipino?"

"No." I said. "Chinese."

"You got the Filipino face." He said. The locals in Boracay ...

Best sandy beach

A travel blog entry by suokkotravels on Feb 10, 2013

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... advanced diver, they are very strict, safety oriented, thank goodness I finished my advanced course in el nido. Linda is loving it. This is the number 1 location for Filipino vacations, but lots of chinese here for Chinese new years and weddings. Big fireworks last night. Today is new years, year of sea snake (maybe I will see one on my wreck dive ...

Tiers, terraces and tinsel

A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Dec 30, 2011

... 8217;d managed to get up here at all to see what I had! So returning to Banaue with a small bulol (rice guard) bought from our friend’s daughter’s ‘shop’, I walked around the town. Decidedly small, it was very grey, dull and damp and certainly didn’t inspire. Once again, the people were nice, especially when I visited a local burger-like stand just below the market area. Here, balud were a surprise to see, especially cooked ...

Bantayan or Bust

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

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... all tastes, foreign and Filipino. My fiancée and I visited on three occasions, during two months, when we ate out every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Whilst the ambience was good, the quality of food, was excellent, whilst not the greatest value for money, however the thing that drove us away was the staff, one woman in particular, whom I found out later may have been the owners wife. She was older than the other waitresses and slightly chubby will refer to her as ...