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... they think I'm misleading them. I have tried to come up with satisfactory answers 'I haven't met the right one', 'I had a bad boyfriend' or 'I have two dogs, that's all I need' but they (mainly women giving me massages) are insatiable somehow knowing that I'm lying. But how do you tell someone the truth? 'I keep forgetting to tie them up by the peen and they wander off believing that they possess some kind of ...
... at first told us to walk down to the city, but based on our drive that was quite a distance, especially in the pitch black of night. Luckily, within 5 minutes she came back to our room and suggested we wait for the owner. He was coming and he wanted to go get some things also, so we could ride with him.
This was perfect. He was very nice and very helpful in accruing some food for the evening. Turns out he and his brother owned some type of a furniture shipping company. ...
The main attraction on Panglao Island is Alona Beach and some smaller island nearby. There are lots of restaurants and places to stay near and on the beach. Plus you have many shops and gift stores. They are in the process of building a couple of 300+ room hotels. I think when that happens the place will be ruined. It's such a small place I don't know where the people will go or what they will do. I guess they will bring in the banana boats, the ...
... of the main attractions of Bohol, apart from Alona beach are both only found on this island, nowhere else in the world (that I know of) so we were very excited that our first stop was to be the famous Chocolate Hills. There are a few different folklore stories that describe the occurrence of these natural wonders, one of which is that they are the droppings left behind by a giant carabao (water buffalo) with distressed bowels...simply genius!! The true origin of ...
... out and back on another bus, this
time headed to Cebu City.
again we were lumbered with a so called triple seat, basically the
size of a normal double seat in the UK. We were soon joined by a
young man. Crammed between him and Tom the heat and discomfort from
twisting my back got to the point of being almost unbearable and I
grew more and more irritable. My mood wasn't improved when a stone
chipping flew off a truck through the open ...