À propos de ce logement
My house is located in the outskirts of Port Barton and only 200 m from the beach. It is surrounded by lavish greenery and neighbors other houses inhabited by the Filipinos. You will be the only "turista" here, so it can be a good opportunity to get some local experience. The place is simple but there is a nice kitchen where you can cook and a decent room with a comfy bed and a mosquito net.
This place is unique thanks to it's location and the fact that you will have a Polish host with lots of international experience and even more love for the Philippines. I really hope you would enjoy your stay thanks to the tips I can give.
Accès des voyageurs
Your room is 3,2 long and 2,5 wide. There is a bed (2,0 x 1,6) and a table. I will be happy to share the kitchen with you. This may be specially useful if you are vegetarian or vegan as cooking is the only option since local cuisine is very meaty. There is a bathroom with a cold shower and a washing bowl. Only a few places in Port Barton offer hot water so do not be surprised. You can preheat some water on a gas cooker if you want your shower to be worm. There is also a nice terrace.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I will be very happy to help you with anything you need. I am new to the Philippines but I have been in Port Barton long enough to get on well. When I am not able to help I can always ask my Filipino friends. I speak fluently Polish (my native tongue), English and Russian.
Please checkout my fanpage MANGOSWILD on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) to learn a bit more about the place and its owner.
Port Barton is made of two main streets parallel to the beach and four smaller ones leading to the beach. My house is just next to the first most left beach access and is a local house surrounded by other houses inhabited by the Filipinos. My neigbors keep roosters and they crow at ungodly hours. Earplugs might be a good idea if you sleep really light.
The "village Center" is in a five-minute walk's distance (or your money back). Port Barton is tiny so virtually every place here can be reached in 5 minutes unless you want to make trips to wild and tourist-free beaches or to the waterfalls. This will take 30 to 50 minutes. Most restaurants are located on the beach and in "village center". This is also where the buses and vans pick up and drop off tourists.
Please note that electricity in Port is on from 6 p.m. till midnight. I do not have a power generator so there will be no electricity during the day. Wi-fi modem is powered with a power bank so it works all day.
- You chip in 15 Peso per day per person, if you use the gas cooker or drinking water.
- Internet is to be used to check e-mail not for heavy downloads. Please chip in if you use a lot of data. Internet in the Philippines is expensive.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I am a happy man. I have had a good life so far and now I have a rare opportunity to choose a new place to live in and a new way of earning my living. I've moved to the Philippines and I am now setting a business here. I am kind and open-minded. I read a lot. I like Jonathan Franzen, Sara Waters, Margaret Atwood, and of course all the classics, The Great Gatsby, War and Peace and The Master and Margaret included. I like theater and musical. I also like to cook and I am good at it.
So far I have been to 49 countries and I lived in Kazakhstan and Brazil. Asia is my favorite destination and this is why decided to move to the Philippines and start a new life here.