Capt'n Gregg's Accommodation
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... shop. After about 5 minutes of exploring the few, narrow streets, we decided that we better go into Puerto Galera town as there were no ATMs there, and the grocery stores had very little. It was a really rustic place! So we jumped into a jeepney and enjoyed the scenic ride to the main town. It was only slightly more advanced with a bank and a few more shops. We bought some supplies (beers to watch the sun go down), and were amused by the ...
We spent the morning in the water again as we did some more scuba diving. Our first dive was a difficult dive as there can be really strong currents, especially downward currents that can take you to the bottom. Thankfully we didn't encounter much current, but it is good to hear about how to handle them and dive in mild current to ...
... conductor punched in the ticket. The journey took
about three hours and was surprisingly painless although sleep wasn't
really an option given the film being played at top volume at the
front of the bus with perfectly timed explosions/ car crashes just as
any hint of eye resting was indicated.
There was some low
level hassle at the pier but we were able to figure out the system,
pay for boat ticket (230P single), pay for environmental and terminal
... beach and it was delicious. The owner was an Italian immigrant so it was very authentic. We also went to Tamaraw waterfall, which is a large waterfall right of the side of the road, so we didn't have to do any trekking. It was also very beautiful, but there were a lot more people at this one. Overall, we loved our trip to Mindoro and want to go back again! The island was beautiful - the views were amazing and could have been on postcards. We are hoping to ...
... ages 3-19 who in their lives have survived some form of abuse
What was obvious at first was that most of these kids were on the way to a quick recovery. Infact two of the students there were going home the day we were there. But there were some kids who weren’t as ready to interact with ...