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... of what we witnessed ranged from the not nice to the deeply unpleasant - to hell on Earth.
And yet we were lucky, so lucky. It could have been much worse. On Christmas Day I lay in bed in Dagupan considering whether or not to fly back to Bohol, such a trial had the country become. And what happens? Bohol gets flattened by a tropical depression, 53 dead. And as we left Dagupan and headed for North Luzon the whole of the southern Philippines continued, for ...
... in a couple years. Resorts are already starting to be built and speed boats are starting to be introduced. I am glad we saw the natural beauty of El Nido before more development occurs. In Coron we did two shipwreck dives. As certified open water divers we are certified to go 18 meters but it turned out awesome because the dive master allowed us to go as deep as 25 meters. This allowed us to swim inside the ships. It was a really cool experience to swim around the inside of these ...
... Gwam/Alaska, had the only two empty seats of the plane between us! So I got to lay down and take up a little more room while watching every kids movie the in flight entertainment offered :)
My layover in Tokyo was just long enough to get through security- luckily the view out the window included the sun setting over Mount Fuji! Not too shabby.
... woman wants a Coach purse.
If you walk into the Gap and low ball them on items in the new Fall lineup, they're likely to look at you like you're an idiot. At St. Francis, however, haggling is expected. I'm not much of a haggler but I also didn't want to be the sucker, so I gave it a shot. I decided to buy a case for my phone and one of those screen protectors. Since 2/3 of what the vendors at St. Francis offer are phone ...
... kids running around, smiling, laughing, and giving me dirty looks for hogging the good spot on the train. One of the coolest attractions was this 3 foot pool they had with 6 foot tall inflatable beach balls that kids could crawl into. Then they let them loose onto the water and the kids had to try and maneuver around in them. I kind of wanted to do it but it appeared to be a kids only attraction and I didn't want to be the creepy white ...
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