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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... am I single? Perhaps it's because all this still wasn't enough to hold my interest even for a few days. As I broke it off with Alona Beach I am sure it wondered what it had done wrong and I had to tell it ' you didn't do anything wrong we had just entered the friend zone and I need something with more passion in my life.' The subtext of course being your boring as **** and majorly lacking in the pants uh I mean beach ...
... for everything I had done for them.
Just before I left for the ferry I said goodbye to the family and then gave Anna her money for giving me bed and for all the food and drink that I had. I also gave Anna some extra money as well. I thought the money she charged me was way too cheap for everything that the family had done for me. She was gobsmacked. After giving the family my email address and Facebook address I then jumped on back of a motor bike which took me to the port.
... was happy they came and enjoyed the time. Like all over the Philippines there are so many great places to eat. You can find all different types of cuisine. I really like the Bar-B-Q places the best. For our own private beach we spend the day at the Amarela Resort. You can use the resort for the day for a small amount or just buy lunch there and the resort is open to you. The resort has everything you could want. A private beach, pool, scuba ...
... and are just so incredibly cute! The visitors centre was quite busy but no problems as this was to be expected and it was set up in a way that was actually very organised and beneficial to the Tarsiers rather than the tourists. A few small paths ran through an enclosed forested area. Every so often you would see a guide stood by a tree and in this tree was a tiny shelter made from leaves and twigs where, during the day, the Tarsiers would sleep and rest while thousands ...
Got to the bridge, walked over it, took a picture, about 3:30 we decide to head back, not realizing how far we had driven already!!
3 and a half hours later, 3 very sore and numb asses we eventually get back, find out that the shower in our room is a salt water one, which was lovely, NOT!
Back into town for food, all pretty tired from the day, we leave Miss H eating, tomorrow is Boat Adventure day....