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... light bounced up from the surface and danced on the walls of the lagoon. It was one of those perfect movie moments when nothing else exists but you and this place. Time stopped for a moment. But then, an invasion! Another tour boat had arrived and 7-8 luminous orange life vest clad people where cattle herded in through the crawlspace by their guide. The water here was barely deep enough to stand in. I will never understand why but it irritated me that they all still ...
... of other small bridges and that we were best to turn around and get a tricyle to drive us to the beach. We looked at each other and said"no way! We've gotten this far (around half way of an hour drive) and we weren't going back!". So we kept going. Slow and steady. When there were other bridges along the way (2-3 if I recall) we'd just get off our bikes and walk them across. Better safe than sorry (also, the other bridges had no railings and the edges would land you right into ...
... river crossings and loose rubble to contend with, but on trycicles loaded with four people each (including the driver) it was even more fun especially when we had to get out and push when the bikes got stuck as well as running along side when the ground got too rough. Matt and Jack also spent the entire journey with there heads hanging out the sides. Nacpan beach was however worth the journey and we spent the day here swimming and enjoying a seafood BBQ feast, we also ...
Typhoon Luis arrived in Palawan at the same time as me. I woke up at 6am this morning to an incredible storm - thunder so loud my windows rattled and heavy rain pounding on the balcony. I figured it would stop by the time I got up. It's now 1.30pm and it's still raining. Typhoon Luis has hit the country and Palawan is getting off lightly. The ...
... the rule: “through the middle and powerfully” we got stuck and fell off the motorbike. Luckily nothing happened to us because we were driving very slowly.
At the end of this horrific journey we found ourselves on a beautiful beach which was truly rewarding. There were three restaurants on the beach and since none of them was extremely overpriced we decided to choose one, sit down and place our order. We paid PHP 100 for fried rice with vegetables, PHP ...