Encenada Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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JaneO on it...
"Guys, we better get up, it's midday" were the dreaded words for Ravi. Get up? Really? Hunghover, headache, sick, I felt rotten. I dragged myself up and got ready while David played with his new toy, the plunger. We'd done it again, blocked the chuffing toilet!
We went for breakfast, I went for vegetable pasta, fancied a change from the common rice, but it was awful! Rather than tomato sauce it was a clumpy sweet and sour. It made my ...
... these students had, despite having no real wordly possessions and in a village with warning signs that said "malaria control zone". It must have been like christmas as we wondered into each of the 4 classrooms handing out sweets and chatting with the teachers. It was amazing to meet the truly native Mangyan tribe and see some real Philippine heritage. From here we went on to the quite Benidorm-like whitebeach which was a very long beautiful beach lined with bars and ...
... There is a reason you see noone else doing it. It seems that there is a specialist divebombing team of flies looking for victims who are stupid enough to do it or non the wiser of the eating times! And after seeing a programme last week on 'Discovery' of what flies get up to i would prefer them not landing on my food!!
Anyway , regarding where we are going next, by pure luck, we have got precious info of ...
... Beach a few kilometres west of Sabang.
The beach there is a lot nicer and without rocks so we went swimming for quite a while and then back to Sabang. Julianne took me to a local karaoke bar where we also met Bing and some friends of her. I had to drink a couple of vodka shots and was happily announced to be one of them now :)
In the evening we had dinner with Ralf and Alois who had met another german couple he knew from last year. We spent the evening just talking at ...
... picked up by a German diver, Jan (pronounced yawn),in yet another sketchy banca boat. Jan gave us a quick crash course in scuba equipment and we were off. Unfortunately the ocean became rough and Jan thought we should learn basic scuba techniques in a calm cove. This sounded like a good idea but I saw far more corals snorkeling than I did scuba diving. None the less we both had a great time. Later that night we visited downtown Sabang for pizza and what at the time ...