Our original plan was to go at Isla Reta since it was rainy and going to Isla Reta island is crossing open sea, very far, so we decided to go at Kaputian again malakas daw alon at delikado finally we got to Blue Jaz Resort.
The place was serene and peaceful, most of the people we saw there are decent and I also saw some foreigners, I guess the owner of Blue Jaz resort is a foreigner...
Facilities are complete and well design including the bathrooms with hot and cold showers, toilets, cottages and open cottage... I really like the place and want to go back there if I have a chance.
Here's the slide show picture
Eto ang nakakatawang stolen shot (^_^) murag lang siya hubog but actually he was very tired from his flight kakagaling lang niya night shift working at Accenture in Manila deretcho kagad Samal with us.
For the overnight stay including the open cottage is P220 per head and the palm boat fee is 30 back and forth, all that expenses you can use all of the pools available in Blue Jaz resort and trampoline (I didn't dare to... because I heard my friends said their knees and waist was aching a bit).
There are closed cottages for P2,600 overnight stay (2:00pm to 12noon the following day) good for two persons (and I think additional pay of P300 per head in excess of two) with air-con and complete with bathroom and toilet I would like to try that in the future (^_^)
And dormitories are also available if you want to stay for a week or two...
Also bar, restaurant with wifi is available (actually pinag-isa lang ang bar at restaurant) but I would rate the Wifi as 3 out of 10 because when I used it cuts off most of the time but the signal was ok during the night I could rate it as 6 since I can't even load any of my blogs but just check emails and chat using Fring.
In Blue Jaz resort restaurant a small bottle of coke is P25, 1000ml of water is also P25, a cup of chocolate drink is again P25 (we ordered in the early morning as we were having breakfast) and a cup of hot water is P5 so in short I think its better if you bring sachets of tea bags, coffee, or chocolate drink for practicality.
Surprisingly Blue Jaz resort bar have all kinds of basic drinks including alcoholic.
We brought a red wine along with us, we thought it was also included in corsage of P220 (overnight stay) as I talked with a lady via phone "you can bring food and drinks".
The bottle of wine was so obvious because (we just bought it at Victoria Plaza before going to Maryknol Beach Side resort where the Blue Jaz palm-boat is waiting) it was in Carlos Rossi bag.
T'was a good thing all of us were honest, and said "sorry we really didn't know". So the lady then said to stay in down in open cottage before going up, because we can be charge for another 300 pesos bringing that wine.
Day time charge is P90 that is from 6:00am to 2:00pm as they said but I saw most of them are going home around 4:00pm. For the overnight stay its P220 from 2:00pm to 12noon the following day.
You can call Blue Jaz resort at 082 302-2411 and 082 303-1117, for more photos of my experiences click here.
and for the Fire Dancing videos in Blue Jaz Resort you can see it here