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... br> You don't ask how much, you just give 10 pesos, ok?
Only 10 pesos, no more, ok?
We come up to the main road and we stop. He talks to a man to our right, then to one across the road. A little red van pulls up. He points to it. You go and only pay 20 pesos, ok?
Ok. It's not 10 anymore, now it's 20. Fine, still a bargain.
I jump in the back on one of the bench seats, at the rear. I'm not expecting we will go directly ...
... was called but it seemed like a big deal. There were quite a few foreigners and lots of Filipinos and they spent the weekend partying and skating down winding mountain roads. It wasn't a race, but I guess next weekend is an international race on a different island, and this is just a social event. I thought it was a neat example of how much variety there is in the world, you never know what is happening around the corner or next weekend or next door. ...
... thinking your purpose is to feed them. The crew tends to throw food in the ocean with the idea of controlling where these critters will swim and giving those of us in the water a semblance of protection.
In reality, it was not as scary as one might think. The creatures are very passive, almost playful. We spent a little more than half an hour in the water with these guys and we never felt threatened. A couple of times I had ...
... the bag. Proposing was so much harder than I thought it would be, the original plan was to get one of the turtles to swim up to Angela with the ring in their mouth and give it to her, but they weren't too keen on that idea so I had to go to plan B.
So we were laying on the beach, nobody else around, I was about to get down on one knee and ask Angela to marry me but then a fisherman walked around the corner.... moment spoiled. He sat there for about half ...
... accommodation. After a typical Filipino lunch – which as usual involved some pork, chicken and rice - we wanted to bring our dirty clothes for laundry. We thought that the hostel had offered to do the laundry for 80 Pesos a kg which stroke us as a bit expensive and so we had a look around. And indeed we found a laundry place just around the corner who would do the job for 25 Pesos a kg. So we were happy to have saved some ...