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... the boat. When the boat did arrive we were lucky because some people had to sit outside and we got to sit inside with the air conditioner. Dad fell asleep and I updated my blog before reading my book. 1 hour and 30 minutes later and we were in a taxi, going to the local shopping centre. At first it seemed like the shopping centre was a big supermarket but when you went up the escalator, you could see all the shops. We went into a hair shop where dad said that I could get lots of ...
... The guide knew exactly where 4 of them were, so took us around the spots they were hanging out. They are really cute.
These are a different species to the ones I saw in Indonesia last year and look quite different. They weren't bothered by us standing around looking at them. But as the guide knew exactly where they were hanging out, it wasn't as fun. In Indonesia we had to hunt around for them, which was a lot more exciting.
The centre is located next to a ...
... I was a kid, I paid a quid for them, they taste like absolute ass, if ass tasted like a big ball of sugar. The film was so so but we only paid £1.60 for it so who cares. There was a guy who was with two young kids who laughed the entire way through it, every death he would **** his pants, they aren't even good deaths. Charlotte got angry I just found it amusing.
For some reason I wasn't tired so I sat up till 1am editing another video that Paul has been hassling me to do since ...
Panglao wasn't quite the paradise island we expected it to be. Tourism has really taken off on Alona beach and ruined it a bit, but it was still a good base to do some diving, which was really nice! We saw loads of turtles and plenty of good coral and fish. The huge shoal of Jack fish whilst we were doing our safety stop was a definite bonus!
The diving was really good. The boat ride to the ...
... we enjoyed the day out of Manila.
On Tuesday, Laura and I found out our Friday class was canceled so we planned a long weekend on the island of Bohol. We arrived Thursday afternoon and just relaxed on the beach (because our life is sooo tough). On Friday, we went on a countryside tour. We saw some old churches, butterfly garden, hanging bride, and did a river cruise. We also got to see the Chocolate Hills, which huge mounds formed from depoists of ...