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... was 1.5 hours later. With hours to kill I wandered into the terminal with low expectations. As it turned out it had massages from people with a disability for 200 pesos. It was the cheapest and best, convenient not to mention for a good cause, massage that I have had so far. For those who couldn't offer massages they had been given some somewhat questionable training in the art of gospel singing. So time flew by and before I knew it I was ...
... stop and gets us on our way. He kindly (and loudly) points out the lady-boys of the town for our elucidation. (He's got to be gay...)
The bus is seriously hammering along at a frightening rate and we quickly surmise it’s trying to make the 1pm ferry…it doesn’t get there by 4 minutes, we can see the ferry not 100mtrs from the pier as our bus pulls in.
We have another hour wait before we cross the channel to Dumaguete. We note ...
... 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. ...
After our somewhat rough ride on the ferry, we landed on the isle of Cebu and headed north to where the whale sharks are found. Oslob is the town most well known for the whale sharks however we stopped a few miles before in the tiny village of Tan-awan. Monica and I checked out the resorts along the beach that offered swimming with these mighty giants and then we found a room across the street in the basement of a small diner. The room only ...
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