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The national capital, Manila, stands 270 miles to the northwest of Sara.
On a clear day, pack your towel and sunscreen and set out to Buntod Beach, 25 miles to the northwest of Sara, or Baybay Beach, 25 miles to the northwest.
Put on your walking shoes and soak up the serenity of Olotayan Island, located 25 miles from Sara. Another recommended option is Pilar Cave, which is 25 miles away.
The buzz around Villareal Stadium on the day of a game is something you ought to experience. To witness the Villarreal CF do their thing, go 25 miles to the northwest of Sara. Take note of the home team's colors of yellow.
If you're looking for more things to do, you'll find Ajuy 9 miles to the south and Batad 11 miles to the northeast.
It's worth paying a visit to Ivisan, a regional center approximately 25 miles to the northwest of Sara. The area boasts a variety of tourist attractions, such as Santa Monica Church, Capiz Provincial Park and Gaisano Marketplace. For even more excitement, some other great places are Immaculate Conception Metropolitan Cathedral and Filamer Christian University.
Visayan Islands boasts several calming outdoor activities. Shore fishing or beach combing reportedly cast away stress.
When the weather is fine, head down to the water for an exciting morning of swimming or snorkeling.
Rain clouds rolling in? There's no need to worry. Visayan Islands is home to a variety craft workshops.
Head outdoors and experience the region with a day trip to its interesting open-air markets.
Combine education and fun at the region's historic sites. In particular, you should make an effort to see some of its traditional villages and old towns.
Spoil your taste buds in this region's numerous cafés, restaurants and bars.
A delectable meal relies upon the quality of its ingredients. Luckily for us, the guava and prawns are amongst the world's best.
Eat like the local people do by trying batchoy (pork offal noodles) and sinigang (hot and sour soup).
Why not grab a bite of some utap (puff pastry)? This irresistible treat will satisfy your sugar cravings.
If beer is what you're looking for, head on down to a local watering hole and ask the barman to pour you the region's very best. If they know their stuff, you'll be served up a San Miguel Premium All-Malt Beer.
If you'd like a non-alcoholic beverage, sago't gulaman (sago drink) is always a popular option.
For something stronger, scan the menu for gin and make a toast to your courteous hosts.
A lively national celebration, Independence Day is something you'll feel lucky to have been a part of. It all kicks off on the 12th of June.
Visayan Islands is a beautiful place that will occupy a special place in your heart forever. This might make leaving difficult, but just remember that you can always return!
Don't stress about missing your flight. Just make sure you remember that the nearest airport is 25 miles to the northwest.