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Colts Neck, New Jersey
January 12, 2006
If you want to experience true Filipino hospitality, excellent service, and good accommodations, then look no further. Bohol Beach Club combines all three in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere where one can indulge in an in-room Swedish/Shiatsu massage, sip fresh mango juice on the beach, or listen to the call of the water in your own hammock. The staff is superb, wanting only to make you feel comfortable and at ease. The breakfast buffet features a combination of Western style and the typical Filipino cuisine, prepared with an endless supply of fresh mango, pineapple, and papaya.
Dinner can be enjoyed while listening to the talented Harana, or local serenaders, who will entertain you with live music ranging from traditional Filipino folklore to the mellow sounds of The Beatles and even Elvis Presley. The white beach, located right at your doorstep, can meet all your sunbathing needs as well as any water sport activities for your leisure. A must see is taking one of the glass boats out to the water (of course, accompanied by a skilled local) and observing the beautiful coral reefs, exotic fish and all the other unidentifiable, but splendid, sea organisms that would delight any National Geographic enthusiast.
From journal Fantastic Philippine Islands
Los Angeles, California
February 24, 2004
From journal Bohol - The jumping off point for Balicasag Island