Anda White Beach Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... more money from the atm, the closest atm was about an hours drive away and we decided to use the public transport to get there. We stood on the side of the road and tried to flag down jeepneys, one eventually stopped for us and we jumped in the back. We got to the mall and I was delighted to find some nice shops where I bought some jeans – everyone here is my height so I have no problem in getting trousers that are the right length for me! We then got a ...
... 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 ...
... It was literally in the middle of know where. The journey took about 40minutes. Our driver dropped us off at the turning point to Nut Huts. There was a big sign saying it was a 1km walk from there. No tricycles could get down there so we had no choice but to walk. We didn't mind walking, but it had just started raining. Luckily it wasn't too heavy. We were thinking if the hostel was fully booked it was going to be a long painful walk back to the main road. We eventually ...
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 ...