Bethel Guest House
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... hours to that. I got a trike to Harold's Mansions. Arriving there at midnight, very tired, I was a little dejected to learn there was no room available. Try Pamela's they said. First I called the only other two places in the guide book. Fully booked. The next place down the road was ladies only. It was a little late to buy a dress and make up. They'd find me out pretty quickly anyway. Pamela's was closed, as in folded, no more. A friendly trike driver offered ...
... It's quite a cute little hostel, there is an open air bar/reception with a TV where they play films and you can eat your dinner. If you walk down a little path towards the sea, there is a bamboo building (everything is made from bamboo) with a few private rooms and one dorm room with 3 bamboo bunk beds and a single. We chose the two by the door next to the fan and then went back to the bar for dinner. Outside the back of our room is a patch of grass then a few tables and ...
... The whale shark holds many records for sheer size in the animal kingdom, most notably being by far the largest living non mammalian vertebrate, rivaling many of the largest dinosaurs in weight.
- The whale shark's are found in tropical and warm oceans and live in the open
sea, with a lifespan of about 70 years.
- Whale sharks have a mouth that can be 1.5 m (4.9 ft) wide, containing 300 to 350 rows of tiny teeth and 10 filter pads ...
Friday 28th-Saturday 29th Unfortunately due to being typhoon stranded in Bohol we only had two half days in Siquidor (our last minute alternative island to Camiguin which we couldn't physically get to!) which wasn't long enough to explore this beautiful little island. Our first afternoon we jumped straight on a rented scooter and went for a wiz around the island visiting the ...
... The market dried up or something, so he company is no more, he is retired, and the house is built instead for tourists. He says he and his wife live in Dumaguete, but also spend time in the beach house. From the quality of the materials and finishing, I would guess that he intends to move there permanently in the future.
As Peter suggested, I go for a snorkel off the beach later. The ladies lend me a mask and the older one hands me a tattered piece of paper, telling me I ...