Flashback Friday: Casa San Pablo

Casa San Pablo in San Pablo, Laguna, Philippines ~ August 2010

Casa San Pablo
Address: Barrio San Roque, San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines
Mobile: +63 920 967 5277 or +63 917 812 6687
Phone: +63 2 211 2132 | Fax: +63 2 724 7023
Email: info@casasanpablo.com
Website:ย http://www.casasanpablo.com/

Tagaytay: Las Ventanas (Photos)

We woke up around 5:30am, showered & walked around the grounds while waiting for breakfast at 7am ๐Ÿ™‚ I think 6am-7am is the best time for taking photos, as everyone else is still asleep so you can have the grounds to yourself ๐Ÿ˜€

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Tagaytay: Las Ventanas

Las Ventanas, Tagaytay City ~ December 2013

Date visited: 22 December 2013
Location: Tagaytay City, Cavite

Our last trip to Tagaytay was in 2010. When I spotted a great deal on Ensogo for Las Ventanas, I couldn’t resist and purchased a voucher right away ๐Ÿ˜€

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Flashback Friday: Casa San Pablo, Laguna

Casa San Pablo in San Pablo, Laguna ~ August 2010

Casa San Pablo is a lovely bed-and-breakfast located in San Pablo, Laguna. Easily accessible whether by private vehicle or public transportation, yet it still manages to retain the cozy feel of a tranquil getaway ๐Ÿ™‚

Casa San Pablo
Barrio San Roque, San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines

Mobile: +63 920 967 5277 or +63 917 812 6687
Phone: +63 2 211 2132 | Fax: +63 2 724 7023
Email: info@casasanpablo.com
http://www.casasanpablo.com/

Zambales: Potipot Island Cheat Sheet

Here’s a handy guide to our June 2013 trip to Potipot Island, to save you the trouble of reading through all my posts ๐Ÿ˜€

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Zambales: Puerto del Mar & The Day After :)

Puerto del Mar’s Native Hut (Php1000/night, non-peak season)

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Zambales: Potipot Island, at last!

Potipot Island in Candelaria, Zambales ~ June 2013

Despite the bad weather, Ronald of Puerto del Mar assured us that the boatmen would take us to the island as soon as the sea was calm enough ๐Ÿ™‚ One of the resort staff also said that usually in less-than-perfect weather the boatmen would only allow up to 2 passengers, instead of the usual 4-6 passengers per boat.

After our filling longsilog breakfast, the boatmen signaled that we were ready to go ๐Ÿ™‚ Wheeeee!

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Zambales: Potipot Island, Uacon, Candelaria

Potipot Island in Candelaria, Zambales ~ June 2013

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Flashback Friday: Magalawa Island, Zambales

Magalawa Island in Palauig, Zambales ~ April 2012

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