Atlantis Dive Resorts Puerto Galera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... e around which is unusual for this place. Jumped in the warm but cool enough water to be refreshing, soft sand under foot as far as out as my eyes could see and then a dark turquoise beyond, I couldn't believe the busty of this place. Walked along the foreshore one way and then the over, rummaging amongst the pebbles washed up on shore as if I was a child again. More swims due to ...
... Good thing was we could leave our luggage to walk around while we were there, bad thing was , Linda lost the ticket to collect them!! Mongo!! Still got them though, in a taxi, to the airport we headed, only to get dropped off at the wrong terminal'!!! Got another taxi to the right one, waved bye to the packed bags, then ready to board our 9hr flight bk to Doha. We are still not members of the mile high club!!! 3 hour ...
... and vegetables are slightly more expensive than Manila. I was told that the reason is that most supplies are shipped from the mainland. I was likewise surprised by the number of westerners at port and around town. Most I learned are retirees who now reside and own businesses on the island. After completing our purchases, we then proceeded to Kalaw Place which was another 10 minute ride from the market.
The way to Kalaw is through a small ...
... exist. We'll take his word for it.
One of the big reasons to go to Aquaventure is the food. Compared to the other places we've been in Anilao they are the winners in that area (although they need to chill the beer better). We had an excellent Tilapia with ginger and chicken curry. But their dessert was nothing compared to the homemade brownies with caramel filling Joan brought. They were like chocolate heaven. ...
... I can’t help but notice one particularly sad looking geezer, who looks to be 200 years old if he’s a day, sitting 180 degrees behind me. He’s all slouched over his drink which he’s not touched in the last 20 minutes, with a dejected and truly sorry look on his face. He’s all alone with distant eyes that are loosely focused on a time and place that the rest of us do not see. I’m drunk enough to be in a ...