Showing posts from April, 2015

BOHOL | White & Green Resort - Panglao Accommodation

This was our humble home for 3 days here in Panglao Bohol. The owner of this resort bought the property for only 27,000 pesos way back 1983. Who would have thought that this island will become a tourist destination today. Today the value of this property is approximately at 15,000-25,000 per sqm. With a very beautiful shoreline, white beach and very accessible to public.

BOHOL: Balut and Virgin Island Panglao

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This could have been a nice frame if only the people in this pic is walking to the other direction. But still a nice view :) left the island a bit early because of the scorching heat of the sun. I am seriously tanned unevenly. Lol I had a great time. 
It's not my first nor my second. But the experience is different in every visit. There's always something worth remembering. This time, I'm with my Cebufirst Family.
 #teambuilding #itsmorefuninthephilippines #travel #Bohol #Panglao

BOHOL: Balicasag Island Panglao

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Currently here at Balicasag Island Panglao with the Cebufirst Team. #cebufirstrealtyventures #Panglao #Bohol #iamarealtor #travel #thepurpleslippers #summer2015

Balicasag Island is just one of the many treasure Islands of Bohol and the Philippines. It's rich biodiversity and people keeps tourist coming in. It has becoming a bit expensive now that it's protected and monitored by the local government, but it's for the good of the island. Keeping its richness, beauty and simplicity.

Resorts are not allowed to sprout here as it was said to be an umbrella like island. Putting up buildings or concrete houses will not only destroy the ecosystem but the foundation may be weak. It's my 4th time here, and I never missed doing the activities here.

Activities to do in Balicasag Island;
- Snorkeling Basic (it's best to bring your own gears) - Php 250.00*
       - Rental of snorkeling mask  - Php 150.00*
- Snorkeling with the Pawikan (sea turt…

BOHOL: Sunrise at Panglao

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Sunrise. A beautiful morning everyone! Hello mister sun, wake up. Hehe good morning! #travel #thepurpleslippers #Panglao #Bohol

Getting ready for the Dolphin watching activity and Island Hopping today. At Panglao Island, this is a very popular activity because there are Dolphins playing around in this area usually early morning. You see a pool of Dolphins moving from one direction to the other.

We were lucky to have a skilled boat driver, he knows how to handle dolphin watching pretty well. We have it up close because he was not chasing them towards the direction the dolphins are heading. Sometimes the dolphins got disturb with the pump boats machines and scare them away. We just stayed there and go with the waves and the dolphins where heading towards our direction. Everyone in the team where so happy of course. It was a close encounter.

But I had a very close encounter during my last visit with my family. The dolphins were swimming beside our boa…

Palawan | Remari Pension House - Accommodation

My trips to Palawan is different every time. The first time I was here was during the National Real Estate Convention for Leuterio Realty, the second time is with SFC International Conference. Every stay has different accommodation.This time we're staying in a homestay facility at Remari Pension House. 
Remari Pension House is available for transient rentals. This home we are staying has two available housing. It is one bedroom with 1 toilet and bath. 
Facilities available: with gateair conditioner available in the roomkitchen and eating utensilsworking refrigerator1 matrimonial bed3 single bed4 extra single foamsala setdining table and chairstoilet and bath
It has a big space outside and can accommodate group activities. Remari Pension House is located near Robinsons Mall Puerto Princesa and Go Hotels.

They do have another branch theRemari Tourist Innat 331 Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa for accommodations for two.
Cons: No Wifi connection.

Address: San Manuel Road, Puerto Princesa C…
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