I Left My Heart in Biliran (Part 5: Good Morning Agta Beach Resort!)


Agta Beach Resort
Agta Beach Resort has been our home for three days while we were in Biliran. Every morning was filled with joy as we savour our laid-back vacation on this off the beaten path destination. The resort was very homey, and people around gave us no less than warm hospitality all the time.
Kids strike a pose
Food is never a problem at Agta Beach Resort as it has its own cafe with the ever reliable Ate Tata. Just let her know what you want for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and she'll be happy to cook it for you. And just like what I've written in my first post, don't leave Agta Beach Resort without trying their signature slow-roasted chicken and their homemade tsokolate tablea.


Agta Cafe
Every night, we would pre-order our breakfast sets so that it would be ready by the time we walked out of our room. On our first morning, we had Hungarian sausage, tocino, and native longganisa. Of the three, I love the native longganisa - sweet and tangy, it is perfect with garlic rice and runny sunny side up egg!
Hungarian sausage

Tocino

Native longganisa
Melo, our guide, had also toured us the up and coming Scuba House, the latest addition to Agta Beach Resort's roster of accommodations. It was a huge house with rooms that could fit a big group, and a veranda overlooking Dalutan Island with direct access to the beach. The team is working in full swing on this one.

The beds inside the Scuba House's room

They plan to add a tub here
From the Scuba House, the view of the sunset over Dalutan Island is fascinating -- a perfect end to a day well-spent.


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Where to stay in Biliran:

Agta Beach Resort
Brgy. Talahid, Almeria, Biliran
(63)927-9772867 / (63)927-2880331 / (63)927-3343934
info@agtabeachresort.com
http://facebook.com/agtabeachresort

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Special thanks to 
Toni Noriega and Melo Sabitsana 
of Agta Beach Resort

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