Chill-Out Guesthouse Panglao
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We arrived into Manila and immediately caught a connecting flight down to Dumagette on the island of Negros. Known for it's muck diving and Andie approaching here 100th dive we chose to head there for her momentous dive. We checked into our great oceanfront dive resort, El Dorado in Dauin. The following morning we headed out for a …
... to swim with us. After a few hours of waiting and travelling on sea, we finally spotted a group of 5-6 dolphins. It was an awesome experience to see personally what we are only seeing on Animal Planet. There's also only one instance that one dolphin made a vertical jump which we have not captured on our camera because we were so amazingly awed by the scene we were into. Imagine, several groups of dolphins swimming in different directions from your boat, it was an astonishingly ...
... had worked just fine.
Ivy has a lifetime of experience in negotiating Philippine systems, such as they are. She now is quite prescient about likely hurdles, glitches and deliberate encumbrances. I am concerned, she said, about Philippine Immigration refusing my departure. Your departure! They cannot stop you leaving! Oh yes they can, and they do. But why? Filipinas are so unable to support themselves and their offspring in this country that they ...
... tree with which they would ultimately entangle unattractively. So I engaged the foreman in a discussion of the work. He was pleased to expound upon it - few people engage him in discussion I suspect - and he rose to a comprehensive and animated explanation over a full five minutes. In the event, he left me no wiser. The Filipino mind and speech follows a very different course to the Western; it takes a circuitous route - even that is to give it too much geometric ...
... a couple more times; but alas I need to begin what will no doubt be a painfully long journey home tomorrow afternoon.
I’ve set up what hopefully will be a fascinating final day in the Philippines tomorrow: a full-day tour of Bohol Island (the larger island adjacent to Panglao) taking in the Chocolate Hills, a tarsier refuge, lunch on a river boat, and few other stops including a visit to the historic ...
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Would be better if there was a pool and closer to the beach
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