Bermuda Beach Resort
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... park ride, rocking wildly up and down. I used to get sick on everything, but felt mostly fine! I think all the bus/boat/trike/plane rides have finally cured me of my motion sickness!
From the ferry I hopped on a jeepney to the bus station, and got on the bus just as it was leaving to head towards Sipalay.
Since it was Friday afternoon I figured the bus would be busy, but it was PACKED. There was no room for my ...
... By the time we left, the poor guy did not want to leave the confines of his porch without the dog to lead the way.
The place itself is beautiful, however, we were trapped in a huge low pressure system that is pummeling all of the Philippines with wind and rain. Yogi has said that in 14 years he has never seen weather like this. Monica and I went swimming on our third and last day only when the sun was trying to peek through. Otherwise, ...
... level. Leo, ever the safety man, advised me to always have "three points of contact" when climbing, so that I didn't fall off the rocks and land on his head. What a guy, what a guy. Nevertheless, it's always somewhat of an adventure.
The weather was now starting to change. Cloudy one minute, sunny the next. The following day, we did our river crossing again, to have a good beach walk on another beach. It was a lovely walk, and the sun was ...
... it takes an hour and half to be there. He suggested that if we want to explore a cave, then he can tour us at Bantayan Island Nature Park and Resort but we should pay an additional 200 pesos for the boat rental. Since, it was not included to our tour package, we agreed and finally ...
... allow us 15 minutes to walk around the main road, just inside. Of course, this main drag was the final resting place of many of the Philippines own celebrities (ie prime ministers, government officials etc etc), so we never got to see the more rank and file occupants behind this main central roadway. Many locals had warned us that alcoholics, drug addicts and 'other notables’ hovered precariously in the wings and we would need to ...