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We left Mindoro for Boracay. First in a Jeepni, truck like bus (see pics). Unfortunately we got a flat tyre 10 mins into the white knuckle ride. We got turfed out at the next town and hopped into a van for a 3 hour journey to Roxhas. Jumped onto a ferry at Roxhas take took 4 hours to get to Caticlan, Panay. Only then a short boat ride to Boracay…...
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... the wall, pictures of Jesus everywhere,a lamp with no plug attached, but the best was the tv. Black and white with a turn dial instead of buttons!!! Old school!!! But all we are gonna do is take a quick look around, grab some food, and get our heads down, so its fine. Bit of a change from sipping 30p cocktails on paradise beach where we were 24 hrs ago!!! The next day. Good morning!!! Well we are sat on our new balcony, blue sky, ...
... an arm wrestle. There had better be a few to make up for
the fact that half the tops he's brought are white!
We woke early and
decided to do a snorkelling trip, quickly finding a local boatman
Ninoy who was willing to take us out for the morning. He charged us
900P for the trip (about £12) which included a couple of snorkelling
stops and getting dropped off at White Beach, a few coves around the
coastline from Sabang. First stop was his family ...
... of this week! I have also been invited join my friend Stephanie and her family to Operation Care Abroad, whose mission is to provide anesthesia and surgical intervention to indigent individuals in Davao! I am really hoping it will work out. On top of the amazing experience the mission would provide, I would be thrilled to spend some time with my friend Stephanie and her parents!!
Make sure to look at the pictures below! I will post again soon!
... for breakfast for the grand total of about 15 English pence and rushed back, but it turned out there really was no rush - we didn't leave until around 8.30am. While I was waiting two Danish girls
I'd met at Malapascua island the previous week turned up and it turned out we were all heading towards the same direction.
After we'd driven for about 5 mins we then stopped at a market to load the car with enough local fresh produce to ...