Crown Regency Prince Resort Boracay
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On Tuesday, I needed a break from the sun. After a bit of lazing about, I strolled down to get a midday massage, followed by a huge fish dish for two, to myself. Later, I went for a dive at Crocodile Island, with Danish Nick from Watercolours. A couple of early evening beers on the beach, dinner at The Treehouse (literally), and propping up the bar at Red Pirates with French Julian, ...
... the post-op meeting with
the head doctor of orthopaedics. I went along and followed him into a dark room
where he locked the door behind us… at this point I was thinking where on earth
am I. I walked through, pulled across a curtain and walked into what looked
like a little control room. The head doctor was sat at the end with his legs
crossed across the room from the computer screen, I sat down and felt very
awkward. Basically I’d just gone to a meeting ...
... left Iloilo, people would come over to us and ask
for photos and send their kids over for photos with us (the poor kids looked
petrified), they even took it in turns to have individual photos with us… very
Once we’d settled in on Friday and
had some lunch we got back on the boat to start off our island hopping. We went
straight to one of the bigger islands which was about 10 minutes away. We climbed
down to the most ...
... of other locals in the area). Id rather pay more to local street food/market vendors who are fighting to make a decent living/contribution to the family income rather than people who are adding to their middle income status or to rich middle-men.
I was aware before coming to the Philippines that the main religion is Christian (Catholic). The first thing I notice here is the driver I have from the airport has a cross dangling from his rear-view mirror and ...
... but when you're up there it's very scary. We both did the 8m and then Lloyd walked up and down the 10m plank before finally jumping. We also did a bit of snorkelling and kayaking. The sheltered areas had tables dotted all around the planks so that everyone can watch and egg each other on. It's very social with everyone sitting together at different tables. On the way back to Boracay they ran out of beers, and everyone was given the local rum to ...