Blue Crystal Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... breathing and don't run out of air etc... The instructor was from the valleys (wales) and very knowledgeable giving me and the two other people on the course great tips. After the theory we went to the water to start diving, naturally me being me I thought I was going to drown but as soon as I realised there was nothing to fear I didn't want to come back up! The waters were clear and I must have seen 20 varieties of fish and just as many ...
... focus. We were invited by one of the hotels employees, Ferdinand, who had worked in the area for over 20 years. On his day off he had offered to hire a van with us and take us to some of the areas attractions which was great as there were a few things we had really wanted to see. Wednesday morning and we hopped into a van with his toothless mate driving (i forget his name) and we were off. First port of call was Eden Springs, a fresh water spring that flows out on to ...
... is hot,
sea is beautiful, i think we have chosen a cool first place to be!Now there there is only one more essential thing to check..........
Is the beer any good ?????? The answer is ..... yes! The local beer here is San Miguel pilsner, or light (for girls) and Red Horse (real men), each of them costing around 50 pesos a btl.
*note to oneself* next time i think the toilet is blocked do NOT have a **** in it!! and definatlty not to try fix ...
... coffee for one dollar and seven cents, ($1.07 USD)
Denny's has their two dollar breakfast deals but nothing like this.
Yesterday, for dinner Yuri and I had a shrimp and squid cook –off, so off to the fish market to find the freshest shrimp and squid, we bought 2 kilos of what I would call jumbo shrimp for $4.87 a pound.
The squid cost $2.38 USD for a kilo or 2.2 pounds.
The war would start at dinner.
... food before committing to the airport for the rest of the day.
Our next destination is Malaysia and we are hoping to land in Kuala Lumpur to find better weather, tastier food and cheaper prices. One very telling difference between the Philippines and the Buddhist countries we have previously been in happened during our in-flight orientation; the flight attendant felt it necessary to remind us that it is against the law to steal the flotation device that was under our seat!