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Hy H

Nice pictures Hy. What is this sentence saying exactly? I’m a little out of the loop. Been thinking of visiting there. 

 

Hi Earl send you a pm.

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RedRanger

So far, in the Philippines.... under develop, not quite in the map yet as far as beach with resort offering top amenities. Bicol is my second home so the LOVE starts here..... :dance2:

 

Bicol region: 

 

Caramoan

Subic Beach, Sorsogon

Marilima Beach, Virac Catanduanes

 

If you have time this pinay blogger have been to many and featured the beaches I thought not only  great beaches  but can be compared to beaches abroad....Link below: 

 

http://www.thepinaysolobackpacker.com/travel-guide-subic-beach-tikling-island-matnog/

Been there, there are alright

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RedRanger

Best I have seen is in Palawan. I like a little wave action. 

 

Boracay is not bad, I had to see it to judge for myself, It seem to be tourist place with lots of Koreans.

 

I stayed on a beach near the underground cave in Sabang Palawan, Great beach, clear water, and actual white sugar sand.  Best of the best I have seen.........

 

I have stayed in Sheridan Hotel about 5 times in Sabang,  The best beachfront hotel I have seen in Philippines........

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markhere

Hi, the beach out the front of our place is the best for us ,boat in the water. hear the waves at night. best food in the world,coodest beer real closte, suite me the quiet life

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mikewright

Recently went to Port Barton again. Visited the islands offshore there, pretty spectacular beaches there, with crystal clear water.

 

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It's more fun in the Philippines!

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jtmwatchbiz

 

 

It's more fun in the Philippines!

 

nice pics mike.  your legs don't look so hairy in the first pic compared to subsequent shots so i assume they are not in any sort of chronological order?

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mikewright

nice pics mike.  your legs don't look so hairy in the first pic compared to subsequent shots so i assume they are not in any sort of chronological order?

 

Correct. First photo was after a wax at Mango.

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Hy H

Correct. First photo was after a wax at Mango.

 

At Fuente earlier.

 

 

 

 

 

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JamesMusslewhite

One of the most unique beaches I have visited here is the Looc Peble Beach near Surigao City. It is just over the 300 concrete steps from the famed Mabua Pebble beach.

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This URL is a short video clip taken from Looc Pebble Beach that I posted on Facebook.

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perrya

The best beaches close to Cebu city are the beach at Kota Hotel on Bantanyan island and the white sand beach at Lambug, near Badien, and 20 min from Kawasan Falls. It equals those on Boracay or MoalBoal and is almost always empty because it is tricky to get there, but the beach is long and wide lined with coconut palms.From the main road, take the one lane road that leads to and past Cebu International Golf course until it dead ends at the pier. Park, and walk for a good 800 yards along the awesome beach. There are one or two hotels near there.

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Kabisay-an gid

Coco Grove Beach Resort

San Juan, Siquijor

 

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RedRanger

Coco Grove Beach Resort

San Juan, Siquijor

 

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Very nice

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