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... of chicken – fried to almost inedible. And then there are mountains of rice, invariably greased up with the fat of the pork or the fried chicken. It’s no wonder the diabetes rates are sky high. Unlike the rest of Asia, it’s not uncommon to see some very large Philippinos.
Meats and fish are often seasoned in “adobo” style of soy sauce and vinegar – which sounds better than it is. Their other favourite is a ...
... star fish and angel fish – very pretty.
We were also able to hear the monkeys playing in the trees but didn't
manage to spot any.
Around lunch time we
were dropped off at White beach, which was indeed beautiful white
sand but unfortunately also covered in hawkers, some less than
glamorous lady boys and endless karaoke booths. For a nationality
that likes singing so much there's not much correlation with skill
level, so this was a little ...
... mission (with about 20 students) to a poor community and set up a day clinic for sick children, adults and check-ups. The three of us and our friend Gertrude manned the Weighing and Temperature station for the kids, but there was also a blood pressure table, wound dressing table, check-up station (med school students) and pharmacy station. It was really fun to interact with the people and kids in that community! The organization we worked with is ...
... lui ne plonge pas au Nitrox. Vois des lionfish, un scorpion fish, un scorpion leaf fish, beaucoup de nudibranches, on reste 45 minutespour une profondeur de trente metres, pas mal je m'ameliore. David et Nick remontent au bout de trente minutes. Petit break a la surface, a l'hotel en fait, puis plongee a Monkey Beach, ou se trouve une epave encore une fois. Beaucoup de lionfish, nudibranches, bref une tres bonne plongee encore une fois, et de plus je reste ...
... comparative to how it would be run in any given western country are amusing and insightful.
He also tells me a little about local politics. Apparently the mayor of the town (and any town from what I understand) is paid what amounts to nothing more than a paltry salary but the bulk of his income is generated from the various development projects that take place in the township. So because the mayor's salary is so low and because he ...