Crown Regency Residences
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the port to catch a ferry only to find my wallet is missing. Ive either misplaced it on the bus or its been stolen. Travelling is quite 'simply’ here but its unbelievably difficult as well and it’s a constant battle keeping your senses. I have no idea what happened to the wallet after I paid the bus fare (you pay on the bus). It could have been stolen while I slept but I had my bag on my lap; or it could have fallen out and I not noticed while I was trying ...
... deaf Filipino volunteer) who only live next door, his host mum and my host mum are sister in law! So he helped me to communicate with her for first few days. Grace who gave up her bedroom to let me and other Filipino volunteer Mary-Ann to sleep in. She really desperate to earn enough money from VSO to provide the medicine for her other sister in law who is on long term illness at the moment so they're sleeping in living room! Made me realise how close the family ...
... and sang the whole song on her own. After that, mom gave her talk on leadership, which was very interesting and fun to listen to. Afterwards we went to S&R(Filipino Costco) and ate pizza and french fries with Becky and Wilbert, regional directors of Young Life for the Philippines. After a long ride home we made it back and took a dip in the pool. In the end I am very grateful to be able to go to a nice camp like Lost Canyon or ...
... Philippino people who were travelling for a few days. They told me that if the ferry was going to go to the "other dock" we could share their ride to get there. So, when we heard where the boat was coming to, we hopped in "their" truck and were transported across the island (again) to the "broken" dock, which incidentally was only five minutes from our hotel!! When we got to the other pier, we were actually third in line for tickets. ...
After another delicious breakfast at Purple Snapper, we packed up and headed for the boat back to Maya. We got there just before a boat was about to leave. Due to the tide being low, we had to take a little boat (20 Php/pp) to get to the big boat (80Php), and to get to the dock in Maya.
When we got to Maya, there were only two Ceres Liner buses (the non-AC buses that cost 163 Php/ea), but a driver of a mini-bus came over ...