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... to see Mantas or pelagics since we were stopped short heading to Manta Bowl by big swells and strong wind. We were able to do some dives in the San Miguel area, mostly macro diving with a huge variety of nudibranchs, shrimps and a Mandarin fish being some highlights. We dived with Bicol dive center, the staff was very helpful and professional and they seemed even more disappointed than us when the weather or whale sharks didn’t come to the party. The full moon fire fly ...
Today we woke up at about 6 o'clock, and spent the first few hours of our day relaxing around the place we were staying at. At 10 o'clock we went with the Piets to an orphanage they run (the orphanage is called Ship). There are 10 kids in this orphanage, 3 babies, 4 boys, and 3 girls. For the first bit we just ran around and played. Around lunch time we were going to leave but I asked if I could stay and my mom and dad picked me ...
... dumaan ang mga floats sa lugar na iyon.
Naghanap kami ng magandang pwesto, kaso nagkamali yata kami ng napili, kasi sa kabilang daan lang pala dadaan ang mga floats, kaya naman hindi ko masyadong nalapitan at mga ito. May nakasakay ngang ilang mga artista, ngunit dahil sa layo ng aming pwesto, hindi namin magawang makita pa ang mga ito.
... there are buses in the Philippines but you can't just book a super convenient Deluxe Aircon Overnight bus at your hostel. No pickup-service picks you up at 4am and takes you to the airport or drops you right in front of your intended destination. Figuring out when buses go is a different level due to the fact that timetable do not exist. You either flag down a bus on the street or find the ...
... cited as the Strawberry Capital of the Philippines, where you can just choose to buy or pick fresh strawberries) and Rose Farm in Bacong, (known as the Rose Capital of the Philippines. Anthuriums of different varieties can be found in Kapangan, while my favorite carnations of various colors grows in Atok.
Who says that hotsprings can only be found ...