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Beaches don’t get much better than this one. As the turquoise waves gently lick the white powder shoreline, I look around to see most of the other groups of day trippers to the island have vanished. Either taking a rest in one of the small palm hut shelters, or they’ve been whisked off to a […]
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Eco Resorts in Bohol: Reviewing Amorita Resort Sometimes the best commitments to sustainability by hotels, resorts, guesthouses and the like are the ones we don’t see as guests. Advice on Responsible Travel is generally to avoid larger hotels and resorts, to stay local, and choose small places to stay at. I agree with that in general, […]
Preconceptions of Travel in Manila. ‘Manila’ never used to conjure up the most positive of images in my head. Mention ‘Manila’ and we build up images of a city choked with traffic, rife with crime and essentially a concrete jungle that is not known as the safest place in the world to travel. Government travel advisories and […]
Playing Castaway in Palawan When I decided to go and stay at Flower Island Eco Resort in Northern Palawan, I didn’t expect that I’d be playing desert island castaway by myself for a few days.That’s the advantage of island hopping around the Philippines during low-season. Many resorts stay open year-round but have very few occupants (and offer discounted […]