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... early night as we are starting our PADI course tomorrow, exciting!
Total Budget 1,230!
Hotel - 400
Breakfast - 100
Coffee - 160
Trikes - 30
Plasters - 100
Dinner - 400
Ice Cream - 40
Day 26 - 2nd May
Up early and down to the beach, we got another smoothie for breakfast and then then went to 'Go Scuba' to start our course. The first couple of hours were spent in a 'classroom' watching a DVD and ...
... Manila airport, John Lennon's imagine all the people song was playing and it really is quite amazing at all the peoplethat you meet and see in all the travels. We are all the same for sure...work, family, responsibilities all there but I think we forget just how different people live throughout the world. Once you step out of your box, it is fascinating to see. Of course, one has to wonder who is really better off? Simple ...
... destroyed by the earthquake. Anna's son told me about how the 300 year old Spanish church just crumbled when the earthquake hit. I had to take a look for myself.
When I got to the church I couldn't believe my eyes. I was overwhelmed at the devastation of the church. The church was really a pile of rubble just how Anna's son described it to me. I climbed over some of the rubble to try and take a picture of the church floor and all the rubble around it.
On my way ...
... which part was the church, there was just lots of scaffolding around a tower. Lizzie, I bought you a nice little souvenir from the church museum though! Next stop was the floating river tour at Loboc, but because we had done the other parts of the tour so quickly it was only 11am and we were having lung on the boat! The other four people on our boat were quite young and weren't happy with the extra costs on the trip as they had been told they got everything included. ...
... my body, so I went for another snorkel, finding my nice little coral bed from yesterday. Really the only spot at the beach to see the tropical fish, and only a few of them, but fascinating nevertheless. Back to the beach restaurants for dinner, then a swim at the hotel pool all by ourselves, and now beddy byes. Dec 19: Botanical Garden and arrival of grand kids In the morning Pat and I rented a scooter again and took a little jaunt about 15 minutes north to the Tarsier ...