Without any apparent signage directing us to the hotel's entrance, we found ourselves inching our way down a steep incline and asking a kindly neighbor who pointed us into the right direction. After ringing a doorbell, a cacophony of dogs barking greeted us. We ultimately hear a female voice asking us to come in through a side door and not mind the dogs. After meeting her, we realize that she owns the place and doubles up as front desk clerk. Wanting to freshen up, we check into our rooms only to discover that the showers began losing water pressure. Fortunately, it returned to normal next day. Free breakfast served by a jovial lady helper satisfied us with basics: 3-in-1 instant coffee, eggs, slices of ham or longganiza or fried fish (danggit) or hotdog with a cup of rice or slices of bread. Due to the distance of the resort from downtown (approx 8 k), we had to hire a tricycle (one of the local modes of transportation) to eat lunch and dinner elsewhere.