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... in, lanes mean nothing and horns are tooting continuously. Rodel holds his own, even if he wakes me every now and again slamming on the breaks, I know I'm in goods hands. I love it best when he gets really hacked off with someone, blasts the horn and gives them the biggest glare! We have seen three crashes and several nearly crashes, I'm surprised there hasn't been more.
On the return to our house, David was busting for the toilet. He told me ...
... banana that had been mashed with sugar and butter into a block that tasted like cookie dough for a banana cake. Holy **** it was even better!!!! Truly gorged and we were on our way to the next visit. I had read in the guidebook that on Mindoro there are native tribes that live further up the mountains which you are able to visit and spend some time with. In the words of the guidebook; "you will be able to spot the Mangyan tribes people because they are short in stature ...
... We are both in need of tanning the front side of our bodies today so we don't look so weird. (got a bit burnt on the boat yesterday)!!
So, far end of the beach, away from everyone trying to sell you anything from pearls to LSD, towels down, ipod on, 1 litre of cold water, cream on nose, here we go...........
Fifteen minutes later it is unbearable! i am dripping, the cream has gone in my eyes, ...
... be more moist, what I didn’t think about was how you would have to be a true sea food eater and be willing to get your hands dirty my way.
Yuri, shrimp was easy to eat, especially on a bamboo stick, it presented very well on the plate.
My shrimp was a bit, only a bit harder to eat; we decided that in a restaurant his won hands down for customer approval.
But for taste his shrimp lost its flavor as shrimp, ...
Arrived with the ferry at Sabang beach in Puerto Galera at 13:30pm.
There's not much of a beach in Sabang, especially when the tide is in, and lots of sharp rocks in the water, so its not great for swimming either.
A woman, Bing, met us at the pier and organized some bungalows for us for 700 peso with cold shower, TV and even a little cooking place.
In the evening we took a stroll through the alley with lots of restaurants, bars, disco (more like ...