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    Malipano Island off Samal Island, Davao del Norte

    A small island off the coast of Samal Island, owned and maintained by Pearl Farm Beach Resort, Malipano Island hosts the most expensive accommodations in Pearl Farm with its houses on stilts facing Davao Gulf.

    Pictures of Malipano Island, part of Samal Island (who wouldn't love szure blue skies enhanced with a polarizer?)

    the floating bridge on the beach of malipano island

    kayaking pearl farm beach resort davaothe lonely kayak on the beach with the mangrove. again, the problem with day tours is that you get to resort during the unholy hours, best to sleep and lay back but not to hit the beach

    samal islandthe expensive Samal Houses of Pearl Farm Beach Resort. No chance to even have an ocular inspection of the interiors

    malipano islandyou get to a beach resort and sleep on a hammock to stay away from the heat of the summer sun

    pearl farm beach resort malipano islandon the pontoon bridge made of rubber to catch the speedboat to Pearl Farm Beach resort's parola for lunch

    Malipano Island is part of IGaCoS or Island Garden City of Samal, politically a part of the province of Davao del Norte, though it's usually mentioned part of Davao City.

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    Pearl Farm Beach Resort
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    posted by GingGoy @ 9:56 PM,


    At Jul 19, 2011, 1:58:00 AM, Blogger Photo Cache said...

    Oh I love this resort. It's scenic and appears to give off relaxing vibes.

    At Jul 20, 2011, 6:23:00 AM, Anonymous online casino free said...

    Gorgeous island! excellent pictures!

    At Jul 20, 2011, 11:42:00 PM, Anonymous Edelito Sangco said...

    Hello Tutubi,

    I've nominated you for the 7 Links Project organized by Tripbase. Here are the details:


    To unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavor to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again.


    1) Blogger is nominated to take part
    2) Blogger publishes his/her 7 links on his/her blog – 1 link for each category.

    This shouldn’t take you long to do – don’t over-think it!

    - Your most beautiful post
    – Your most popular post
    – Your most controversial post
    – Your most helpful post
    – A post whose success surprised you
    – A post you feel didn’t get the attention it deserved
    – The post that you are most proud of

    3) Blogger nominates up to 5 more bloggers to take part.

    Please let me know if you're interested.

    For more info, head over to the Tripbase site.
    Here's my post -

    Good luck!


    At Jul 26, 2011, 11:05:00 PM, Anonymous cottage rental Ontario said...

    This looks like Paradise.


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