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Travel Blogs from Tagbilaran City
... I was very humbled to have the opportunity to be invited into the family's home.
The next day, Jackie and I went to explore the Assumption of Our Lady Shrine that was destroyed by the earthquake. Talking to the workmen there, it will take about 5 years to rebuilt. The area was off limit to people but the workmen invited us into the church so we ...
... of uplifting of ancient coral reefs, followed by erosion and weathering.
I was feeling quite pleased with myself after getting to the top (not a single other person was walking, every tourist was being whipped to the top of the hill by car) until I saw some runners. I had seen quite a few runners while on the bus, I thought perhaps they were enjoying a Sunday morning jog, turns out quite a lot more than a jog - the Chocolate Hills Ultramarathon - a 50km run beginning ...
... we came in open sea…and there we went again…Titanic scenes were playing in front of my eyes and I was wondering where my ‘Jack’ was but even more important where my life jacket was!! Eventually we did arrive at Iloilo at 6.30am…or that’s at least what we thought when we saw the island in front of us…But you see, sometimes things don’t go the way you want them to go, so at 10metres from the pier…the boat got stuck!!! Imagine ...
... at VFV, and all the volunteers attended simply enjoying everyone’s company.
Tomorrow is my last day at the clinic. I will be sad to say goodbye to the people who have really mentored me through this entire program. They have helped me every step along the way and I am forever indebted to them. Ohh, and as a thanks, what do I get them? Brownies. As if that’s enough to say thank you for memories that will last a life time! Stupid ...
... relaxing to stay in the same hotel for seven nights and get to really know the village.
The place we stayed was great at under $50 a night. They had a great pool with a restaurant, balconies off every room, Filipino breakfast included every morning, and a five minute walk to the beach. Actually, the town is so small you could walk to the beach from anywhere in five minutes. Alona Beach is only about a mile long, and not too wide, but the sand ...