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... the journey back in reverse. The whole process is quite efficient and works like a well-oiled machine, but it does make you feel a bit (forgive me) 'touristic'. Apparently it isn't always efficient though. Sometimes the authorities close the sea route due to high waves. This means that anyone due to visit at that time has to go back to Puerto Princesa and try the next day. Sometimes this can happen for a few days at a time, so when the sea route is finally opened there are long ...
... pesos, just all the photos and videos I'd lost and the worry of having a photo of my passport saved on it. After the ordeal and trying to make up for half a day wasted on the phone, we went into town for dinner. We ran out of cash quickly as my cash was gone so we ended up hitting the ATM again. We didn't want to let it ruin our night so we decided to just spend some extra money. We ended up consuming some very strong cocktails, making a lot of friends and doing karaoke ...
... the afternoon when princess Kim got stung by a bee for the 1st time ever...anyone who knows Kimmy knows that meant that we pretty much had to organise a medivac & wait on her hand & foot all afternoon :) Dinner was at tiki bar & everyone hated their meal except me...I ordered seconds of the sizzling tuna steaks :) Seriously don't go there though. One good thing was that we tried lemon San Miguel beer for the 1st time & it won't be the last ...
... full of bangkas lined up along the shoreline! This beach was also really pretty, framed with limestone karsts. A little walk into the jungle and we had to visit a registration point and hang out for half an hour while we waited for our number to be called. In the small clearing there was a family of long tailed macaques. I really don't like monkeys, but these ones didn't seem too vicious. We were fully briefed not to bring any food, or to feed the monkeys. ...
... town, even though we've only walked around for a couple of hours, already feels totally different to the other places we've been in SE Asia.
The first thing is that as foreigners, we are a rarity here rather than the norm. As we were walking around town looking for a room and a SIM card, all the little kids shout HELLO and want to know what your name is, tell you theirs, and hang off your arm holding hands. So far I have met Vincent, Angel. Jason, Chelsea (lol) and ...