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... to find dinner. We found "Kebab Turki", which is apparently a large chain, but we'd never heard of it. At any rate, they did tasty beef kebabs in a special packet which involved pulling a tab to expose more kebab. Deciding it was time for dessert, we went for some crepes, which were lovely but proved something of a sugar overload.
We spent the rest of the evening sat on the terrace bar at Wanderers, whilst another storm rumbled away ...
... by a wall of fish, not a photo or painting but actual live, swimming fish. It was like having a live mural. A wall aquarium of living, breathing, swimming, eating, chasing fish. I sat in amazement for a few minutes before unpacking and setting out to take on some of Manila. I arrived in the afternoon and was bit tired after my early morning wakeup. My flight had short layover in HCMC to get my connecting flight to the Philippines capital. I had been here 5 years ago but it was so ...
... of dolphins breaching all around us which was a nice bonus. Crystal Bay was the next stop and it was known for stunningly clear water but also strong currents. As soon as we dropped down to about 15m it was so clear and full of life it resembled a postcard picture. As we ventured down to 20m along a steep ridge we began to feel a strong down current. We found ourselves struggling to get anywhere and even noticed the fish having trouble! As we tried to ascend up the ridge ...
... any direction. En route to Roxas I passed by Naujan Lake in the North East of the island, and then through Pinamalayan and Bongabong. It took about three hours before the bus arrived at Roxas port and some of the occupants of the bus disembarked. Phew! Finally I could move my now aching limbs and I could see that the others were also visibly relieved. Nobody really talked on the journey so it was very boring. I was extremely tired but lack of movement ...
... 163;3.50 each per night) and ended up spending the whole 12 days there. It was like a bamboo beach hut but not on the beach. It was raised above the ground so we could hear the cats and dogs and whatever else running around beneath us, it also came complete with Winnie the Pooh bedding. Unfortunately in El Nido they only have electricity from 2pm - 6am. There were some really good restaurants in El Nido, we had some amazing Thai/Indonesian food, some really ...
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