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... even then it couldn't live up to their hyperbolic descriptions. When you have something that is actually terrific I don't understand why you would feel a need to oversell - the place could speak for itself. There were 10 divers, 3 guides and 2 snorkelers on the boat. Most of our diving so far was just two of us to a max of 3 others so this had a cattle boat feel to it. Oh well, all is well and I'll soon be back ...
... interaction with the whale sharks. It was important not only for our own safety but also to lessen disturbance to the whale sharks. We were asked to obey the following rules:
- Do not touch the shark: it could react violently or swim away, leading to a shorter interaction.
- Do not throw trash in the water: the shark may accidentally swallow it.
- Keep a minimum distance of 4 meters from the shark.
- No sun cream.
- No flash ...
... what about Karen? Here I am lamenting my momentary drop in standards, succumbing to an ugly, drunken sexual encounter.
But Karen.....she does this regularly to make money for her daughter.
But you know, the worse part of the night for me was yet to come. You see it wasn't the deed itself, or the exchange of money, or the anonymous hotel. No, the worse part was the drive back as we sat in the tricycle and Karen gripped my arm with both her hands, head against ...
... the biggest waste of time ever. I got told you hike to the lakes but it wasn't even a stroll. I walked down the ahill for about 1 minute and then I was starring at one of the lakes. The workers said I had to then hire a boat for 500pesos or a kayak for 250pesos just to see the other lake. I was extremely ****** off at this point. I asked if I could walk to the other lake but they told me that I couldn't and that the boat or kayak is the only option. Enough was enough. ...
... passing buses, to say hello. He honks at groups of people standing on the side of the road in case they want to take the bus.
Essentially, it's slow and noisy, but I love it.
When we got to Dumaguete the Swiss, the Filipina and I headed to Harold’s Mansion, a backpacker place in the center of town. Grabbed a nice dinner, then returned to the rooftop terrace where we chatted with a Japanese future-nurse and ...
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