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Siquijor, pronounced 'sicky-*****', was once an island full of witchcraft and ancient Filipino healers, and we weren't quite sure what to expect. The island itself has a 72km coastal road around the circumference and we hired a motorbike (yes, motorbike, not a scooter AND with gears!!) and explored Larena and Siquijor Town - didn't make it much …
... Siquijor is commonly associated with mystic traditions that the island's growing tourism industry capitalizes on. Siquijor's long ago reputation as a place of magic and sorcery both attracts visitors and keeps them away. Siquijor is also well known for its festivals ...
... didn't realise they were sharks until after the dive and we had a good laugh on her behalf, good job she didn't know or it would have been a rapid accent back to the surface, we had a good laugh about it and she just pulled the lovely serious face she is so good at. Left there after a free coconut drink and went to find a water fall, got there and the guy came over for his parking fee and informed us it was 135 steps to get to the falls but wouldn't say how many ...
... in Hong Kong.
finally got on board the boat, Tom making a show of me by leading me
through the tiny porthole door, where my trusty rucksack and I got
slightly jammed, not realising that there were doors for normal
people slightly further along. The dirty harbour water and our boat
had become a huge water park for the local children, who back flipped
and belly flopped fearlessly into the sea off the boat. Nearer the
harbour bare bottomed toddlers ...
... town so we tried that. Soup and pizza. Soup from a can, ****. Pizza - made how a child would make a pizza, abysmal. The staff were nice and even asked if we enjoyed the meal, they never ever say that sort of **** in this part of the world. We lied.
We bought Boracay Rum, some Paqcuiou playing cards and other bits and spent the evening sat on the balcony watching the rain come down, playing drinking games and listening to a Spanish couple have loud sex in the room next ...
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