Marble Island, Romblon

We got to Romblon very early in the morning on the 30th of December.


Romblon, Romblon
Preparing for Fiesta
Jak’s
Restaurant (Very Good English Breakfast!!!!)
Romblon Town Proper

On the Road to the Jungle (LOL)

Romblon Bayview – 6 room hotel

Standard Room – 650 pesos per room per night (10 euro )
Family Room – 750 pesos per room per night (12 euro)
(I do not know why it is called a family room, there is only 1 bed)
No restaurant facilities but they can make you coffe in the morning which is the most important thing for me.
Bed could use upgrading (I could feel the springs)
Recommended for short stay

Chamban Beach (I am not sure of the spelling)
Day trip entrance fee 35pesos (0.55 euro)


Suzanne with a starfish (she returned it back to the sea)

Tatyana posing with a ball
Angel-Jane resting from playing
Tatyana, Angel-Jane and Suzanne’s Heads
A beautiful filipino boat made by a Swiss Guy
Per and John
David (our English friend residing in Romblon) with a german friend
Thess (our friend and wife of David) with Liza (in black) and friends of Thess from Puerto Galera

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I have been tagged by a friend from Greece Sha

5 weird things about me:

1) My bedroom is always dark. I seldom turn on the lights.
2) When I am depressed, I sit on the bathroom floor — I can stay there for hours.
3) I eat chicharon dipped in vinegar (with garlic and chili) with rice.
4) I curl my toes when I am making a decision or thinking of solutions to problems
5) When I am angry, I stamp my foot like a kid. I did not realize this until my husband and his friends told me about this just a month ago.

9 thoughts on “Marble Island, Romblon”

  1. yeah i really love it but I usually prefer the chicharon that has real meat and something ekte.

  2. Charles, Neng, Ethel, I didn’t know that you and others eat chicharon with rice! Hehe… I thought I was weird — I am quite normal then. 🙂

    Sha, you stay in the bathroom to do all your beauty secrets, I suppose?

    Sidney, it was one of the most relaxing holidays I’ve ever had.

    Renny, I hope that these pics would encourage you to visit our beautiful country 🙂

    Mimi, thanks for visiting. Hope this will not be the last time.

  3. wow talaga, super ganda ng pics yang nasa beach…na miz ko ang pinas….ang saya ng vacation nyo Al 🙂
    chicharon with vinegar, sarap naman paborito ko!
    Happy weekend! mwaahhh

  4. oh! beach…white sand…’wanna go home…

    #3 hmmm…lecker! di weird yan. fave ko rin eh. hehe

    schönes wochenende 🙂

  5. Great pics – wonderful Beach – looking at it warmed up a freezing Viking!
    Comming from the land of the midnight sun, my bedroom is dark half of the year:-)

  6. weird huh
    i can stay in the bathroom too not on floor ours is not heated

    great pics here…. great beach

  7. OMG! Nice pictures and Ate Ann I also like eating chicharon dipped in vinegar then with rice. We are somewhat lucky that there is some sort of a snack chips here called Baconsvor! So like chicharon!!!

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