Aqua Venture Reef Club
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... there were about as poor as you could get, homes made on rough ground from banana crates and if they were lucky, polythene. A few sheets on the floor and hey presto, a home, shelter from the sun and something to sleep on. For toilets Rodel told me that they use newspaper to collect the goods and then dispose of it in bins. People bathe in the streets with buckets of water. Despite this poverty everybody was still smiling and waving as we passed. One old dear, a little crazy and ...
... to Jim. 'Please do something about the light. Can't you invent something to change the lighting?' Jim is always inventing things so it is not such a strange request, and he is obsessed with the Discovery channel. He thought about it for a minute and then said, 'Okay, I have an idea.' He got up, found his Swiss army knife, cut the neck off a 1.5 litre water bottle, stuck it over the bulb with two band aids and placed a sock over the bottle. Perfect, at least we had ...
... have now 2, one being from my sales for the family.
Through my travels I have become so fascinated with cultures and how we all look and display one another. We all learn from each other and the curiosity gleams within eyes when I see them and they see me. We are all so curious. Through the earing’s I want to pass on the message of what you wear shines a smile on someone else, gifts them fortune and blesses you with unique ...
... From Makati
- You can ride an FX , near the RCBC and LKG tower going to Tikling.
From Shaw Blvd.
- You can also ride jeeps near the StarMall going to Antipolo
Entrance Fee :
Adult - 170.00Kids - 140.00Night Swimming
Adult - 190.00Kids - 140.00
For the cottage it varies. It depends better check their sites for much updated fees.
... We were all in the taxi just hoping and praying we would get there safely. Thankfully we made it alive. While driving, it was pretty shocking to see how the people are living. Many houses are shacks and it was obvious that many were living off very little. That night we went to a little local restaurant and had chicken adobo. So yummy and only 100 pesos so $2.50. The next morning we woke up early to swim with the whale sharks, the biggest fish in the sea. It costed 1,000 pesos ...