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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Travel Blogs from Boracay

Bom Bom

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Feb 21, 2015

36 photos

... and at this point we just wanted to get there. The crossing was very short as we took a small narrow boat to the island of Boracay. We were close now, just a 15 minute journey by minibus later and we finally arrived at our destination, La Ovieda. As you can imagine we were exhausted by this time. We left at 7.15 am and arrived just after 9pm. As well as being tired, we were also hungry and after a shower, in order to wake us up, we went in search of food.

We noticed a ...

Mindoro and Boracay

A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 16, 2014

5 comments, 7 photos

... br> Andy changes the subject to meditation. I'm having trouble understanding the connection to his missing son, but I nod knowingly as he gives me the exact three dates since 2011 when he has found enlightenment through meditation. John breaks in and says he is going on his break now and do I want to go for a swim. Sure. Andy continues his monologue on meditation. I cannot stop staring at his teeth. There is a certain symmetry in the gaps. It's like someone has deliberately pulled ...

Insane visibility

A travel blog entry by whittlog on Apr 11, 2013

11 photos

... Latkovski commandment of never perusing women or drugs was obeyed then the statistics would be less daunting. Anyway, we haven't seen many other backpackers out here but we've felt very welcome and secure.
We spent the last morning of our adventure with toes buried in the satin soft Boracay sands, contemplating how four months has passed so quickly.

We're both ready to go home but we've definitely not finished with the Philippines just yet. ...

You cant beat a good ramble

A travel blog entry by gingersontour on Feb 19, 2012

32 photos

... 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 ...