Casa de la Playa Beach Resort
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... bit too late to be any use whatsoever, - after you have booked two flights and a ferry, and sorted your accommodation. The next day our planned flight to Damaguette on the island of Negros was cancelled at the airport as the remains of Tropical Storm Queenie rattled swiftly across Cebu dumping great bucketlods of rain that ran in sheets down the roads and filled up the pot holes into muddy lagoons. All ferries in the Phillipines were cancelled, including our one ...
... yay. But we are sunburnt from yesterday and the sun wreaks it’s immediate revenge on any red exposed skin. Ow.
At the port our bags are heisted by porters off the habal habal before we can say anything and they scurry off with them. We try to follow briskly and eventually catch up with them at the check in counter. As it transpires, our large-ish luggage require an extra fee to check them in, airline style. This comes ...
... re not allowed to. At one point I am squeezed between two passing sharks, the guide yelling at me to watch out as one passes right behind me.
It’s overall a pretty awesome experience though one is still left with doubt about the ecological impact on their natural behaviours. With another 1000 people a day eager to share this experience, I didn’t think any protest of just us two white people in declining this opportunity was going to ...
We wanted to share with you some of the things we have noticed in our three weeks of travel so far.
1. The Philippinos have one pace of walking - very slow.....whether or not they're in a rush, they still walk at the same pace - more like a saunter.
2. Most homes have some sort of an animal. Whether it be a cat, dog, pig, cow, goat, water buffalo, chickens or roosters. The roosters, however, seem to be ...
... doing a similar tour as us and several local lads just messing about in their summer holidays. A stunning place to be but onwards and upwards (up 100 steps) to Dennis awaiting us at the top and on to the next place for some lunch.
We stopped at a very pretty resort where you could sit and eat some lunch on a very pretty beach, shaded by some little huts and relax with a view out to sea. Not much else going on but hunger is always a calling! Next stop; centenary ...