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... cities almost with no sidewalks and with habitual buildings. However all the cities are really clean.
The islands we visited are covered by tropical forests. One of the main attraction there is the sea beaches but we tried to skip them in order to avoid their comparison with French Polynesia. However yesterday we went to a bay anyway, and watched beautiful reefs and fishes. Still this is not the beauty of French Polynesia with its azure lagoons and clearest water.
... skies over the small islands. Starfish Islands gets its name from the thousands of very large starfish that reside in the waters off the shore. As the boat approached the beach, we could see clusters of starfish resting on the sea floor through the crystal clear water. On the beach, we dropped off our things, put on our flippers and goggles and got ready to do some snorkeling. We were given some bread to feed the fish so we made sure to bring that with us. Once in the water, ...
... friends ( the Kiwi and Finnish couple left us after Sagada). After, we walked around and explored the various things that had been set up for Friday night. There was a Queen of Queens competition (something I've never seen before, even after all my time in Southeast Asia), and a really odd outdoor casino set up. Richard gambled 40 pesos ($1) away in a weird game while I laughed at the ...
... and had him bring us to the hotel that we had found
online to check it out in person. The hotel ended up being much more expensive
than we had expected. After a long day of travelling we just wanted to find a
place to stay and our tuk tuk driver told us that he knew of a hotel and he
assured us that we would love it. The hotel was only one year old, had a pool
and was right around our price range. Deal. Hello 'Romys Place!' We ...
... the side of the gravel, as trucks, buses and private vans with tourists passed by. No such bus ever came so we decided we should head back to the nearest city which was Taytay.
Not confident with the terrain, a motorist stopped by with his friend and accepted to drive our motorcycle and take us back to Taytay. We arrived in Taytay, severely hurting from pain and from the sun-burn. The people were very nice and took us to the main hospital there. The people are the hospital ...