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... Zimmerman Giant Corkscrew coaster (twice) * SkyDrop Tower(change to Dakak ZIpline) Watched Acrobat show
12:10am Birthday surprise for Che
August 9, 2014
6:00am-9:00am Swimming time - Dakak beach
9:30 To River Cruise starting point
10:00- 12:15nn River Cruising – Lunch
12:15- Back to Dakak Resort
3:30-4:30 Zipline @ Dakak Adventure
... and it was too bad to see him go! He's funny and easy going, it was really easy to travel with him and we had a great time together. I was going to take a 3hr ferry to Bohol then a 3hr bus to an organic farm for a few days, but I felt too sick and didn’t think I could be away from the toilet for very long :/ I’ve had a dry piece of toast today, but it just made me sicker, so I don’t have the energy to do more than lay around. Even brushing my ...
... a natural hot spot and has the most numbers of volcanos per square kilometer of any island on earth. It features hot- and cold springs, a beautifully forested interior, black sandy beaches as well as a truly picture-perfect white sandbar off it's coast.
Also, the underwater world is spectacular to explore as in some areas it's a landscape of past volcanic eruptions. The hard- and soft corals and especially the macro marine life are stunning! We did ...
... and laidback, not similar to the buzzling streets and noise of highly urbanized cities in Manila, Cebu or even in Iloilo. The City is clean too. There are no jeepneys or taxi cabs, just the unique tricycles will take you anywhere you want to go within the city.
Their famous boulevard is also pretty neat. There are lots of stalls or small restos which serves anything you want to eat. What I remember most is the landmark of the city, the big circular fountain ...
... the verb habol, which means to weave. This kind of fabric is used to refer to the woven hemp that is made by the women of the Higaonon and characterized by the typical colorful stripes in varying thickness, unique patterns and many creative colors. The weavers will choose the traditional colors according to how and what they are feeling that particular day. The Kinatup and the Ginuntiyan are uncommon patterns as they ...