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... in the evening and was told I need to go back to the bus station and get an official report from them before I can complete a police report (for insurance purposes). So I left in a classic Sarah-style huff (I pity those who have experienced one of these). The timing of the wallet loss was unfortunate because Id just taken out a decent amount from the bank because the locations I am visiting don’t have ATMs. You have to ensure you absolutely have enough on you to get ...
Foyer call at 7am. Back to KL airport headed to Manila and then on to Cebu. 1stly there airport shuttle did not arrive so we had to take taxis to the airport. Checkin went fairly smoothly. Flight was delayed. Flight took off late then arrived into Manila early??? Cleared customs with all baggage, transferred to another terminal to only re check our baggage that took approx 2hrs and cost us $750 ...
... So much honking.. mostly as a courtesy to others that they're going to be passing them, but, annoying none the less. But, on our way to the airport we saw a super bad crash between what I think was two coach buses, the front just torn right off of one, and it reminds you how dangerous it can be. Thankfully we made it safe and sound and sat in this tiny little airport for a bit before we were on our way. Finally in Cebu we get to C'est La Vie Pension House, and ...
... and it was lit up with hundreds of fairy lights.
Day 18 – Panglao Island
More diving today with the chance of seeing turtles. The dive master said he wasn’t sure but we could hope. Well, almost the first thing we saw was a huge turtle, and they just kept appearing all the time. We saw loads on the first dive, and a couple more still on the second. We swam through huge shoals of fish and spotted everything we’d seen before plus some new ones. Sam ...
... the last 12 years they don't have systems in place, or perhaps the knowledge to repair and restore without damage.
Basilica Minore del Santa Nino is a church built in 1740 and is visited by the locals daily for prayer.
For an extra 200 pesos our driver took us to the Top where we had a panorama view of the city. We were lucky as it was a fairly clear day with only a few clouds hanging low. It’s not a huge city with under $800,000 ...