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... at their rooms. Grounds are nice but not impressed with their rooms. Very tired, with no hot water and asking 2,000 with no breakfast.
Saturday 22 MarchAnother *********** Alona beach.
Sunday 23 MarchA very rainy day. A apparently there is a tropical depression. Fingers crossed for a good day tomorrow. We go for a long happy hour to lost horizons then get a full chicken on the way back to our room. We get cups from our restaurant and eat on our ...
... tuna and shrimp 180p) and I have a mango from a passing seller (30 pesos).
We go down to the beach in the evening for sundowners. We are disappointed when we realise you can't actually see the sun go down. Just as daylight fades the heavens open so we have a few more drinks at the bar. We get talking to a fellow traveller (Iain) who is on a year and a half trip but down to his last 5 weeks.
Book another 7 nights at the resort with a 10% ...
... everywhere. This was quite amazing. The island of Pamilican has about 1,200 residents and is very small. There are not very many great beaches for sand. I did find
a spot to lay out and get a tan and relax in the sun. On the way back to Panglao, we did one stop
for about 30 minutes at a place they call Virgin Island, but it has another official name. Virgin Island is about 200 Meters long by about ...
... it easy with his own gyesthouse. Its such a quiet place away from anywhere we wondered what he was escaping from. We went to a waterfall, but there was no fall! Just a Small brown muddied pool surrounded by groups of families having picnics and drinks. One group even had a big stick with a pigs head on, it must have been a hog roast and ploughed through the whole body. Sunday is their only day off and mike called it 'bottle day', it's clear why...they all had bottles of rum ...
... of Filipino folk dances. On our second day we hired a local guide and cab for a tour of the island that included historic sites; a view of the rare Tarsier
monkey (the world's smallest); a riverboat ride with lunch; a visit to Bohol's
famous "chocolate hills"; and food shopping.
On our very interesting day-trip, it seemed like a new activity lurked around every corner. Our first stop was at the site of the historic "Blood Compact" between Spanish ...