Baler Sweet HomeStay Beachy Escapades

Aurora Adventures and Baler Beaches
Homestay Accommodations

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS (detailed tour itinerary will be provided to all the guest to save time going around) Ditumabo Waterfalls, Lukso Lukso Islet, Beach Bumming Ermita Hills, Baler Fish Port, Historical Walk, Baler Church, Quezon Park, Baler Museum, Aurora Heritage Home Millinium Tree, Pantabangan Dam, Baler Hanging Bridge, Ancient Escape Tunnel and more

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Rates per night. Check in Time 2PM Check Out Time 11AM
Max Cap 10 pax for quality control plus P 500 exceeding additional pa                        High Season Oct 15-June 15 and Low season is June 16 to Oct 14                            Super Peak Season Christmas, New Years, Long Holidays

HOME STAYS
1. Puntian Beach House, Beach Front Aircon Family room good for 6 pax, toilet and bath, Can cook sa veranda or kitchen, big parking lot and beach front, w Veranda

High Season  P 3,000   Low Season  P 2,500 Super Peak Season P 5,000

2. Puntian Duplex Aircon Family room good for 6 pax toilet and bath, Can cook sa veranda or kitchen, big parking lot and beach front w Veranda

High Season P 3,000     Low Season P 2,500     Super Peak Season P 5,000

3. Arceo Sweet Home, 1 big AC Room good for 6pax, Lots of foam beds good for 10 pax, 2 toilet and bath, Can cook w gas, Big parking lot and veranda, no beach front

High Season P 3,500     Low Season  P 3,000     Super Peak Season P 4,500

4. Imperial White House, 1 twin sharing room fan, 1 big master bedroom aircon, 4 foam mattress, 1 kitchen can cook,1 cold and hot shower, big parking lot
not beach front

High Season P 5,000      Low Season  P 4,000    Super peak season P 6,000

5. Beach Camping  Bring your own tent (high) P 400 per person; (low) P 300 per person and super peak  P 500 per person

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Tour Itinerary (detailed tour itinerary will be given after the fullpayment)
Day 0 EDT Manila 11 pm
Day 1 ETA Baler 06:00 AM Breakfast and start historical tour
12:00 NN Lunch and Check Inn / Siesta and more tour
Day 2 More Baler Tour and Surfing and beach bumming
Day 3 More Baler Tour
11:00 AM Check Out and Lunch
12:30 PM More Baler Tour
03:00 Pm Travel Back to Manila

Photos https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.758378804262120.1073742014.103337813099559&type=1&l=025707777d

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Gen San to Maitum Sarangani Sept 13 Mon

DAY 1 Sept 13 Monday, 6am waiting to board on for Gen.San. and reflecting on a travel blog. Texted Ms. Pilar V., Ms. Lily M., and Mr. Barrel on how to get to Van Terminal to Maitum. Tried to connect at the Airport wifi but failed. Maybe I should be starting the blog instead of facebooking.

While listening to FEAST Worship in my mp3, Bro. Arun Gogna saw me at the laptop table of Naia Terminal 2. We had an early brainstorming on fund raising for the South Feast. Very funny Feast Builder, so cool.

7am I boarded PAL Airbus and landed 8:30am. Got on a blue multicab (P50) to Ablog Van Terminal going to Maitum. Ate balbakua for breakfast at the karinderia beside the van terminal, it is like sinigang na bulalong beef skin and meat. Super delicious must try.

Boarded the van going to Maitum (P140). Seated beside the driver of course and discovered that Sarangani is full of very industrious Ilocanos. No wonder the province is very progressive. The province don’t need external investors. The local Ilocanos are hardworking and prudent.  

Mr. Arlex, the Tourism Officer warmly met me showed me the museum and the office. Then we went down to Manang Pilar’s Homestay to check in (P650 w dinner and breakfast).  My aircon room is good for 6pax (2queens w 1pullout each bed). Toilet and bath is common.

Manang Pilar ask me what time I want my dinner, I said, I will eat with the family if possible, I like home stays, scheduled to eat with the family by 7pm tonight. Manang Pilar said she will prepare crabs and shrimps.

Arlex volunteer his motorbike to go to New La Union for the river tubbing, I paid for the gas P100. People from New La Union are from La Union of  Luzon. Everywhere I look there are agricultural plants. People here will never go hungry here. We passed by the Tboli Village of Sarangani, where the houses are made of native materials and no nails.  

The river tubbing is P 120 guest (P 60 goes to the guide and P60 goes to the Barangay (local leaders, land owner, site maintenance and medicals of the community). Most like subject to change after I post this travel blog. The River tubbing is great, must wear helmet, lifevest and booty, just make sure all your body parts is in the tube. My advise is to get 2 guides per 1 rider, it is much more SAFER and will prevent you to get trapped in the washing machine or get over board. Water will get in your nose during the exciting rapids. Overall evaluation, MUST TRY. I will do it all over again and will do much farther. Will pay extra tip because I will get 2guides.

Then we went to the cocoproducts factory. Here they make copra out of the meat. The cocoshell as buttons and cocohusk as bags, souvenir products and weave nets to prevent soil erosions.

The he showed me the pond where the Maitum name came from. The rocks in the pond is black, maitum means black.

Then we went to the Turtle Sanctuary, it is one on one orientation given by Manong Danny, they have green, olive and leather back. Manong is also growing mangrove seedlings for the guest to plant. He mentioned a crab fattening area, but he did not show it to me.

Then we went to WINDS, (Women In Nation Development for Sarangani ) they make the semi dried and dried fish as livelihood. Their husbands get the fish and the wife process the product. They have very few catch today, because pirates are all over again. The pirates got all the food supplies, engine and killed all the 6 fishermen. Did plan to buy a lot to support the lost of the community, but I still have 11days to carry the semi dried fish around Mindanao. So I bought the remaining few super dried instead.

Then we went to the local market, saw beautiful baskets and the fish area, to check for sharks. Got myself a yellow fin tuna sashimi for ¼ kilo P25 instead. Went home,  prepared the sashimi, chill, shower, blog, eat,  nap a bit.

Dinner time was excellent! Manang Pearl prepared a pork hamonado, seafood sinigang and sizzlin’g crabs, with fruit salad dessert. Eat all you can. Over dinner I learned that there is this very good politician who always give away fruit seedlings in all the LGU and People’s Organization Meeting.  Now the town of Maitum have additional income from the fruits of the tree. We need more leaders like this in the Philippines. Maitum is where Ilocanos love to plant, crops, flower and fruit trees for the market, for local consumption and for give aways. I love it, they are hardworking, prudent and generous. Here if you beg for food, you will be considered “tamad” lazy.

Manang Pearl, who is also in Indigenous People’s Ministry, told us that she is going to Lemlunay next day for the quarterly Women’s Org meeting at South Point where I am scheduled to dive.  Excellent!