Capt'n Gregg's Accommodation
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera
... Fantastic Philippines 2012' adventure! After the white knuckle coach journey, we jumped in a tuk tuk, 8p each and off to the Mall it was, all while i collected everyones fare along the way as i was closest to the driver!! The Mall itself was HUGE, with every type of shop you can imagine. We had 3 hours there which wasn't really enough to get round properly, but still managed to get a cap for me, and Miss K ...
... main “town” area a mish-mash of bars, hostels and dive
schools. We walked to the quieter, western end of the beach and found
Villa Sabang. Initially disappointed because there was no pool as
promised the chatty pet Mynah bird and cute kitten soon put smiles on
our faces. We were invited to look at the room and hit our first
hurdle a weird grey shrew creature spread out on the hostel steps.
After a few girlie squeaks I managed to brave stepping over ...
... with them to their house and a pool party, but I declined thankfully, because I finally want to go diving tomorrow. Just when I was about to leave - guess who shows up - Julianne.
Got up at 13pm, sent Julianne home, had breakfast and went diving at 14pm. The diving was really nice, I had just not enough weight with me, because I didn't account for the long wetsuit. So I was always paddling down which was quite exhausting. I saw some nice lion fishes, a ...
... et les deux instructeurs qui sont la en vacances, l'allemand et le suisse. Plongeons un peu plus d'une heure, encore une fois pas mal de nudibranches, une murene, des coraux, des plantes et des poissons. Retour a l'hotel, internet, puis Ivy a faim donc on va manger vers 18h, indien pour moi, poulet au gingembre a la philippino pour elle. Et je commence a boire, doucement. Retournons dans la chambre, mater deux episodes de Vampire's diaries, puis vers ...
... next day only to find that there is now 800 pesos left. So the door is closed on any other possibility and there's no doubt that a thief is afoot. The room has two locks so the only possibility is that it is one of the employees who has been rifling my money. The next day, with a calm and courteous demeanor, I ask the manager to come up to my room for a chat. She comes up and I offer her a drink and a chair, asking her to take a few minutes to speak with me. ...