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  • Amazing home and excellent service

    "We stayed for two weeks at this lovely home in Jimbaran, and at every step we were impressed with the high level of service and amenities. We are a family of 4 with two small children, and my mother joined us for the second week. We had more than enough room, with three good sized bedrooms and three baths (note that the baths all have showers but not tubs, which could be tricky for some kids/babies, but we certainly made do). The kitchen is compact but well-stocked. From our first email with Emmanuel, he did everything possible to accommodate our requests and help with problems. He arranged for a fantastic chef to come in and cook a full Indonesian meal for us, helped with drivers and car arrangements, and of course, ensured Kadek was taking excellent care of us. We've used VRBO for rentals in various countries about 15 times now, and this was not only value for our money but one of the nicest homes we've ever stayed in. A few notes for people considering renting this home with young children - there are steps to get into the pool, which I appreciated as a safety feature: they can't fall in. The yard is large and good for running around. Kadek very kindly provided some small toys for our kids to play with. The house is well suited for having kids stay there. Emmanuel even arranged for a crib for our 10 month old, which was ideal. The road (outside the high gate) is busy but you don't hear too much from the yard. We loved our time in Bali, and a big part of that was due to Emmanuel and Kadek, and how well they took care of us. I cannot recommend this house rental enough!"
    Guest: Amy Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 17, 2014
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  • Breathtaking, Calming, and Serene

    "We are still here, my wife and I. Where? Infinity Villa, just outside Ubud, Bali. As a child I learned how to define infinity: “think of the largest number you can imagine; add one.” Here at infinity Villa, the largest number I can imagine is Max. Add one. He owns it, designed it, and caringly attends to all details. Infinity consists of two villas—Bamboo & Lotus—each a mirror image of the other. Excellent architectural design—modern inside and Balinese outside. Constructed of beautiful contrasting materials—stone, slate, wood, pebbles, concrete, ceramic tile—with high ceilings, tall wide windows, skylights, semi-open-air bathrooms (yes two) with delightful shampoo, conditioner, and soap. Each villa is two stories: lower level with a pool outside; upper level with master bedroom and terrace. Not very buggy but there is quality mosquito netting over the bed. Air conditioning, while available, is not necessary. One sleeps with soothing, cool, cross breezes at night and the sound of crickets and frogs from the surrounding fields. Add one! The units are surround by 360° of rice paddies artistically carved with unique irrigation systems as they are all individually owned by local farmers. Breathtaking, serene vistas, dotted with shrines, and banana and coconut trees. So, here we are 20 minutes outside of hectic Ubud. Max can rent you a motor scooter, or you can have his driver take you to town or tour you around. With a caring staff at hand, Max is an attentive owner responsive to all questions and needs. Here is 360° of calming beauty. At Infinity find your dreams, plus one. Arthur from NYC"
    Guest: Dr. Arthur A. G. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014
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  • Charming Accommodations in Great Jerusalem Neighborhood

    "My husband and I stayed in this suite for a week in early September 2014. It was a first trip to Jerusalem for us, and we were looking for a central location, since we usually walk or take public transportation. The location of the suite was perfect--we walked to the Old City, the Market, Germantown, the old train station, the Israel Museum, and more, all quite easily. The neighborhood is quiet and safe, and the garden location of the suite is charming. We loved opening the gate at night, and returning to the peaceful surroundings. The suite is spacious, the bed comfortable, the flat screen TV a perk, and the kitchen well-equipped for light cooking. The owners live next door to the suite, and they are friendly but non-intrusive. They told us where to find neighborhood coffee shops and restaurants and helped with directions when needed. All in all, I highly recommend this property. Friends of ours have already stayed there on our recommendation. My only word of advice is to use the railing on the steps to the loft bedroom at night (this from a woman who shattered her shoulder in the States and can't be too careful)."
    Guest: DonnaJean from the States Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: November 1, 2014
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Philippines Travel Tips

Seasons to Visit Philippines Vacation Rentals

The Philippines has a hot tropical climate. Instead of the four traditional seasons known in other parts of the world, the Philippine climate is divided into three distinct seasons. These follow the rainfall cycles. From March through May, the weather is hot and dry. This is the season that is often referred to as the summer season and a popular time of year for visitors. This is followed by the rainy season which occurs from June through November. The heavy rains make traveling around difficult and this is considered the low tourist season. The more temperate dry season is from December to April. For those who want to enjoy a warm vacation without the stifling heat, this is the best time of year to travel.

Attractions and Activities near Philippines Beach Houses

One of the most famous beach destinations in the Philipines is Boracay. The area is known for its pristine white beaches and shimmering turquoise waters. It is a slice of pure paradise. There are many vacation homes in the area that offer you unrivaled views out over the bay and easy access to the beach and nearby attractions. Other famous beach areas include El Nido, Pagudpud and Puerto Galera.

The Banaue Rice Terraces in Batad are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These ancient terraces have been the mainstay of the local agriculture for a number of centuries. Other cultural sites include the European-style colonial town of Vigan, the beautiful Baroque churches in Manila and the old colonial buildings that are landmarks in the various town and cities. In Quiapo, you can see a unique example of a basilica constructed entirely from steel. It is the only one of its kind in Asia. There are several significant historical sites in Manila including Rizal Park and Intramunos.

If you enjoy nature and the outdoors, the Philippines has a wealth of attractions for you. You can explore the forests and mountains on ancient trekking routes. You can join a whitewater rafting excursion at Davao. There are many excellent rock climbing sites. Some of the most popular can be found in El Nido and Wawa Gorge.

Traveling to Philippines Villas

The main international airport is located in the capital city of Manila. The airport hosts a variety of international carriers from neighboring Far East countries as well as Australia and North America. There are frequent commercial flights into Manila. For travelers from Europe or the United States, if you cannot find a direct flight, you may need to consider flight routings via Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tokyo or Singapore. There are regular regional flights from all these destinations to Manila and most have convenient connection times with other international destinations. To get from Manila to some of the other islands, you may need to use a combination of domestic flights and local ferries. In the cities, there are buses and taxis but in more remote parts, public transportation is very limited. Because of the dense populations in the main cities, there are often traffic restrictions. When staying in the cities, it is best to make use of taxis or public transportation to get around, as navigating the streets in a rental car can prove to be hazardous.

Visitors to the Philippines

The Philippines is a unique travel destination. It has beautiful beaches and mountains as well as many places that attract those with cultural interest. It is definitely a destination for the more adventurous type of traveler. If you are used to the glitzy resorts of the Caribbean, this is probably not the type of destination for you. But for those who can appreciate the rustic qualities of the Philippines, you can have a truly memorable vacation here.

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