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Travel Blogs from Panglao
... is the small and not very impressive stretch of Alona Beach where it appears someone agreed this would be a great spot for a convergence of tourism and its related concrete resorts/unrelated attractions.
Needless to say the place was rammed full of holiday makers along with an alarmingly high number of ... 'local' brides. I am not sure of the exact thought process (or lack there of) which allows these disgusting lecherous old ...
... has no more substantial structures than canvas awnings rigged across 4 vertical corner posts under which Filipino vendors market shells, pearls, coconuts and - wait for it - cold beer. Wandering off the pure white sands into the crystal clear waters of the Sulu Sea, untold miles from the nearest worthwhile land mass, is a terrific experience. We will take a banca back there tomorrow at 6 am before either other tourists or sea weed compromise it.
... more could we ask for? Rowan loves making sandcastles with his new buddy Halla, and Elodie is happy to crawl along the beach and eat anything she finds along the way - coral, sand, stones, bits of palm tree etc etc.
So big news from today was Rowans wee accident. He was eating dinner and somehow fell between the seat and the table and whacked himself head first on the tiled floor. He ...
... a bus. The bus was equally as packed as previously, the only difference with this bus is they are playing one of the Lethal Weapon films. Honestly these buses are so ****, if someone wants to get off a guy blows a whistle. They can hookup a dvd player but not a basic bell system.
Another 2 hours or so on the bus and then we have to get off and into a jeepney. Jeepneys are uncomfortable at the best of times but this one was absolutely packed. I switched ...
... from Trieste, the second Irish but lived long in the beautiful Julian city where I lived until my 42 years.
I then met Isabel at the beach and stayed with her until the evening, talking about this and that, especially travel experiences.
I then went to the bar where I had an appointment with Lauront, the French guy celebrating
his 45 years and after a drink at the bar, we went to eat at a restaurant on the beach.
He chose lobster that cost ...
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- Free parking
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