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... crater. We squeezed the day for all it was worth. After making back down from Lignon Hill, we decided to visited the ruins of Cagsawa where the remains of a church stands as the only marker to show the devastation that happened in this village when Mayon erupted and swept the entire village away. We stood outside of the entrance to Lignon Hill and checked the price of a trike. It seemed extortionate so we wondered how else to get there. We wandered up the road and asked ...
... in order to find fish and chips.
Despite my misgivings I still managed to enjoy our time here, particularly when we found quieter streets away from the main road, which sold local Thai street food. We returned back to our lodgings content, even managing to stop at a riverside bar due to my ingenious idea to buy a day pass.
Christmas passed swiftly and the time had almost arrived to depart for the Philippines. Long hours passed whence I tried ...
... crashing over us, which would have made boarding the boat a bit challenging — however, there was no boat to be seen. We could see the concern on our guide's face as he looked around, then started blowing his emergency whistle, all to no avail. So…we started swimming!
We had to swim around about 1/2 mile to get around the tip of the island, and then swim behind the island to get out of the swells. As we got into ...
This was the first destination on our Filipino journey. We were very lucky to have been invited to stay with the family of a friend of Sean’s. Thank you to Bessie, Christie and all the family for making us feel very welcome.
We flew from Manila to Legaspi. On arriving at the airport in Legaspi - which consisted of walking across the tarmac to a small ’terminal’ to collect the bags from ...
... being recorded at 12-14 meters long. They are docile and slow moving filter feeding sharks that live primarily on plankton, but their name 'whale shark' is due to the sheer scale and size which is similar to whales instead of sharks so it should be interesting going out swimming with them!
I managed to find accommodation right next to the jetty where the boats leave from and register my interest in sharing a boat the next day, each boat takes six ...