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Puerto Del Sol.
The place is quite distant from manila, but the trip is worth the stay. They have 2 pool area,one of which is an infinity type. Upon booking, full board meal is included so no worries for the tummy. Food selection is ample...More
I wrote a blog about it in Fully Housewifed. We took the trip in August of 2015 but the site doesn't allow me the option to post the right date.
It was a six-hour bus trip which was hell for a Claustrophobic like me, but...More
We travelled from Baguio to Bolinao for 7 hours. Thought it was all worth it as first time visitors. But probably next time i wont combine with baguio because it was a little stressful driving there. You need to drive inside towns with tricycle and...More
Stayed there for a night with my husband and I must say that this resort is very lovely. Perfect for couples and family. The resort is well maintained. Staff is very accommodating and the food in the restaurant is very delicious. I would love to...More
I have decided to book this hotel for my family last 12-13 of August 2017 based from the reviews I've read online. It was off season so we have availed some discounts for our rooms. We booked 2 Mansion Villas for 06 persons, the room...More
US$116 - US$261 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from PolkaDot53 | Reviewed this property |
The issue is not the waves. During low tide, the water is too shallow to swim in, If you try to walk farther on, you will go beyond the so-called breakwater, and this part is cordoned off by the resort as the danger point.