Ogtong Cave Resort


Thanks to the Bantayan Island Power Corp. (Bipcor), I had the opportunity to stay overnight at a unique resort that features a cave where one could swim in fresh water underground. I just don’t have my card reader right now to be able to access the photos from my phone camera. Just wait for my updates to this post.

3 responses to “Ogtong Cave Resort

  1. Bantayan, oh my lovely, Bantayan. Owned and operated by foreigners. The locals sell out their patrimony for measly sum.

    Now, Bantayan is not walkable on the beach. Either you are stopped by gun-toting security guards, ferocious man-eating dogs, or riff-raff.

    Good and bad forms foreign ownership. The foreigners believe in ingress and egress. Filipino wealthies who consider themselves as educated and civilized who went to ivy-league schools abroad are the ones fencing-off properties.

    Filipinos can be educated abroad but cannot learn.

    LOVE YOU FILIPINOS! LOVE YOU!

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  2. Why are Filipinos fond of building moat and drawbridge around their properties? Well, it’s true Filipinos cannot be trusted. It’s also true that if you give Filipinos an inch they want the rest. It’s also not false that Filipinos abuse the kindkness of their neighbors. The reason of moat and drawbridge.

    It’s this mistrust amongst us that we cannot see eye to eye to each other.

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  3. Let us enjoy Philippines while we can…

    Take for example Kawasan Falls. When the wooden bridge was washed away by Roofing it was replaced by cement bridge. The Kawasan Falls, mismo, now has cemented footpaths.

    In Hawa’i waterfalls are left to it’s own natural devices … In the Philippines it’s being cemented as a sign of modernity. DUH!

    And these are the people who went abroad to be educated in some Ivy-league schools and learned nothing.

    ARE FILIPINOS DIFFICULT TO LEARN? YES, WE CAN EASILY BE EDUCATED BUT CAN WE LEARN FROM EDUCATION?

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