Boracay Royal Park Hotel
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After the short mass I went back to the port to prepare my ticket back to Cebu. I made a short walk around the port and took a glance at the nearby Central Philippine University known to be one of the most haunted universities in the country. I also bought several provisions for my overnight trip and happily went aboard with smile and satisfaction for a very exciting and adventurous journey I made that day.
Western Visayas, next stop in the Philippines and ending. This city has a culture and an ancient cathedral. As in every town its big old cathedral, called Jaro Cathedral has some typical dances, which is the festival called '' Ibajay festival 'point of culture and traditions of a small town, it's amazing getting to know their cultures and mainly traditions, ending with a cute country like the ...
... was a hilarious experience with our boat-man/tour guide who was a natural comic. Along with this activity, I chowed for free (well, it was included with this island-hopping package), with the island's native cuisine.
Another must-try is the parasailing. At first, I was reluctant to try it. But after a few proddings, I was gladly obliged. It was quite risky, but I was in Boracay!!. How many times in our lives do we have a chance to get ...
... a bus from Caticlan and helpful lady brow beating a taxi driver to give me a better price. A couple of things that amused me: crisps called Ding Dong and Chavs Convenience store. I half expected someone to walk out wearing baggy tracksuit bottoms and a Burberry cap. Today, I've got an hour on a ferry and about 4 1/2 hours bus trip to Dumaguette. Should be diving Apo Island in a day or ...
... I was sat
in the corner probably looking just how I felt, confused, when the nurse came
up to me and told me to follow her. We went to a patient on the other side of
the ward to take them to theatre, from what I could tell (again, no handover so
it was purely a guessing game) it was an underweight and fragile old woman who
had fallen, broken something and needed an operation. We went over, I had the
eyes of every person on the ward watching me probably thinking ...