Surfers Home Boracay
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... and Filipino husband Jim. A very pleasant, relaxing day indeed. My planned morning dive yesterday was in jeopardy, having not slept as much as I should. I was a little late but it was just me and Nick, so made it out to dive Camia II, a purposely sunk, decent size fishing boat. There was plenty of life including trumpet fish, nudibranchs, jacks and angelfish. Then it was time to ...
... harder to
prevent than others but they are entirely preventable, especially in young men,
this guy was bed ridden but there was absolutely no need for this to have
happened, especially for it to get as bad as it had! A pressure ulcer is when
the skin in an area (most commonly the bottom) has had constant pressure and has
been deprived of oxygen so the skin eventually starts to breakdown causing in
some cases huge deep ulcers. If you want to see what I really mean (which ...
... me feel a bit
less pathetic. But anyway, that all passed and the rest of the night carried
on. We sat around the bonfire on the beach eating toasted marshmallows,
singing, drinking rum and coke and looking up at the stars once the clouds had
cleared. I've never seen a night sky like it, the stars we amazing.
Saturday morning we woke up after
an uncomfortable damp night’s sleep, had breakfast and headed pretty much
straight out to one ...
... all to get to know one another. We
attended the flag raising ceremony that is held every Monday morning at the
Western Visayas Medical Centre where we are placed, one of the strangest
moments of my life so far! The staff line up in rows just like the military would,
there are multiple speeches and a few songs too. Then something I really wasn’t
expecting happened, we were individually called up to the front, our names and
university were read out ...
... forward to spending another day by the beach.
Again, we woke up on our time. We headed to munchies for our daily dose of Filipino food. Maureen going for the lovely noodles again whereas I opted for another local dish. Sisig with pork. Finely chopped pork with onion, peppers and chillies with a spicy sauce served with rice. It was the kick I needed, and it tasted good. We headed to the white beach, we thought we would treat ourselves and rented out a sun lounger for the rest ...