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The main feature of the cottage is the wide porch and balcony that steps directly onto Encenada beach. The beach itself is secluded, has good quality whitesand, and is quiet. There is one twin bedroom upstairs and two double bedrooms downstairs each with an additional bed. Each bedroom is fitted with a fan.
First you go to Batangas City by road, which takes about two hours from Manila by car or aircon coach. Then take a one-hour ferry ride to Puerto Galera. The caretaker will normally meet you when the ferry arrives. Or just take a jeepney (P200) or a motorbike-and-sidecar (P10). A private boat can also be organized to take you across from Batangas directly to your doorstep.
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