Category Archives: Phillipines

Manila Monsoon mayhem

Last day in Manila. What to do when you have two days in Manila before holiday completion, have just found out your hotel is in a flood watch area and all museums etc have been shut down, as govt has … Continue reading

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Diving with the Whale Sharks in Moalboal

The plan was to go across to Bohol for a few days of R & R, with lots of snorkelling and sandy beaches to explore. That plan quickly evaporated as Cyclone Egay got ever closer. As all ferries and flights … Continue reading

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Cebu & Typhoon Egay

Arriving at 1am in Cebu City meant straight to the hotel and a comfortable bed. We were staying really close to the action which was fantastic as it meant most things were in walking distance, great considering Cebu traffic is … Continue reading

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Mt Mayon up close and personal

When in Albay, you can’t miss the breathtaking Mayon Volcano.   Dubbed the worlds most perfect volcano we decided that we would go via ATV traversing a boulder-strewn landscape made of black volcanic rubble, rocky streams and the odd buffalo to experience … Continue reading

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