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Our early morning tour started at half 8, so after our free Filipino breakfast which ended up being rice, egg and some local ham. Very nice even if not that interesting, and surprisingly filling. The walk to the Art Cafe took longer than we expected, so in typical Booth fashion (and atypical Newman fashion) we were slightly later than our supposed meeting time. It didn't matter though and we paid the rest of the tour amount, hired some snorkels ...
... watch the sunset.
I was excited about today as we had decided to hire scooters to explore the area. We didn’t actually end up getting that far as a couple of hours up the road, up a dirt track and over some rickety bridges we found Nacpan beach which was incredible. It was a huge wide sandy stretch of beach with about 30 people on it and just a couple of bars. We refreshed with some drinks and a swim then had ...
... of a bed for the night. As usual, we hadn't booked any accommodation, but trusting the local tricycle drivers to find us somewhere is now our normal process. There are many guesthouses in El Nido, but finding a guesthouse with a vacancy proved challenging. After almost exhausting our tricycle driver's knowledge of budget accommodation we found a place called 'Bacuit Lodge'. They were in the midst of a power-cut when we arrived at 7pm, or a 'brown-out' as they call. The town is ...
... to date than Miniloc and beautiful but somehow just lacking some of Miniloc's charm, we feel.
We were too early to check in to our room right away so a pleasant hour by the pool with the occasional dip, a lovely lunch of cold cuts and salad and then we got settled in quickly before our afternoon activity took off.
Today we went to visit the big and small lagoon. Perhaps if we'd been more aware of ...
... thinking of a beach vacation, skip Thailand. Go to the Phillipines ("It's more fun in the Phillipppines" as they say). That night, we had supper again on the beach, as we listening to live music playing oldies and singing along to it. The people here are seriously talented! The next day, which is today, we decided to rent scooters and go explore a bit. We heard of some nice beaches nearby and heard it was pretty close and easy to get to. Each on our own little machines, we went ...