Zoe Mei Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... next thing I know I'm shaking my way towards the edge of the second highest plank the 10m. Again it didn't take much and I was able to fling myself off. Daniel jumped first and encouraged me from below. The only mistake I made was not pointing my feet so I got a major slap on the entry. There was seriously way too much to think about. I mean besides trying not to brake a limb you have to hold your nose, clench your legs, hold in your arms, point your toes and ...
We are getting sick and tired of living in paradise.
Said no one ever.
And so we are continuing to enjoy the awesome lifestyle here.
Yesterday was an incredible day. The previous day while getting massages on the beach we managed to organise a day of activities from 2 locals who were selling adventure packages to groups of people. We organised a few activities we wanted to do and then negotiated a price. All we ...
Today we're flying to Aklan, which is another island in the Philippines. We'll stay there until Friday when they end the surgical portion of the trip. When we got to the hospital, we had to unpack all of the boxes filled with supplies and instruments. It was amazing to see all of the people that were already waiting for the next day when surgeries ...
... My driver was called Rees, a thoroughly nice chap who chatted with me about various things, including diving, where he lives and the fact that his sister works at the resort we were heading to. Little did I know I would be saving his life on more than one occasion this week..and as we headed over the narrow road to the western side of the island Rees and I chatted away until our arrival at the beautiful beach resort we had booked.
A very quiet beach, in a very ...
... actually cook.
Four little white rolls with soft butter just arrived served on what looks like one half of a split log of wood - very rustic. First course was tuna sashimi garnished with small sprigs of coriander served with wasabi and a soy emulsion. The tuna was dusted with very finely chopped onion which added an extra dimension to the flavour. I thought the soy emulsion was a little too overpowering for the delicate flavour of the fish, but the wasabi worked well. Overall, ...