Anda White Beach Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
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... I can wave it down to go back toward Tagbilaran. The 2 Chinese boys get there just as the bus comes along.
I get off after an hour or so. I want to see the 'smallest primate in the world', the loveable Tarsier. I wave goodbye to the Chinese friends as I get off the bus.
The Tarsiers are nocturnal, coming out at night to eat. They eat live prey, mainly insects like cockroaches and crickets. Sometimes they may also eat reptiles, birds ...
... the cathedral in Christchurch. We had organised a tricycle to come and get us for the day and take us to all the main tourist sights, first on the agenda was lunch on a floating restaurant, I was a little confused when we booked this as to what it was so was surprised when the boat started to move and we headed off on an hours cruise down the river! We ate some weird Philipino food and took in the view, then a 2 men- one singing and one on a guitar started playing ...
... offered to take us to the falls. We later established that this was so he could have me ride on the back of his motorbike past his sisters house to show off but I felt that it was a reasonable trade off and his motorbike was far superior to matts scooter. After some serious off road driving we arrived at the most beutiful waterfall I have ever seen. We made our way down with two local family's and spent an hour enjoying how beuitiful it was. For Matt this time was spent ...
... and tootled our way up river to takes on the beetles and abba. Met a few nice travellers from Amsterdam and Germany though who might be in El Nido when we're there in a few days time. It's been a well pampered few days. Back on the road (and boat and plane) tomorrow as we make out way to Cebu the on the island across the water from Bohol and fly to Puerto Princess the main city on Palawan, a large island on the furthest west of the Philippine ...
Here in Anda it is a tradition to give the boats a blessing, primary the fisherboats, but it is suposed to work for other boats too. So since the banca from Flowerbeach suffert resently from engine problems, lets give it a try. Fortunately I was invited to join - it was quite some spectacle bringing the priest and the chorus on board for the blessing. After receiving the blessing all the boats went for a tour around ...