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... mayor's permit at may babayaran.
We went to Station 3. At night, was eager to see the famous, Fire Dance in Boracay.
One more thing, don't call daw Boracay... "BORA". Kasi, may isla din somewhere in Polynesia named Bora Bora. Ayaw nila ng confusion. Kaya naka-ban ang word na Bora. Next time call it Boracay, di na magtinamad.
... hurrying to get to work on time; however, some of them were still sleeping on the street. This was nothing new to us after spending such a long time in undeveloped countries, but this time we felt different because 90% of those sleepers were kids. It was heartbreaking to see all these Filipino children lying on the cold ground without using any old rags or at least a piece of boxboard; some of them had no pants and tried to cover their tiny bodies with a little bit longer ...
... jumping I nearly witnessed a death of the most idiotic girl who thought running out on a slippery wooden board was a clever idea. Next thing I know she's hanging off the hand rail screaming that she's slipping obviously terrified because below her are jagged sharp rocks. The whole place went silent and we are just stared, eyes wide, jaws dropped, me right at the heart of the drama. I was frozen to the spot, thankfully the staff member next to me reacted quickly ...
... is 1,600 peso regardless of how many you do (about £23). Did supposedly the best dive on the island - Yapak, which is a coral covered sheer wall running from 30m down to 65meters and theoretically home to lots of big stuff. Unfortunately, once again it really was nothing special. We only saw one shark and even though there were lots of smaller fish the visibility was poor so you couldn’t appreciate them in all their glory. Nonetheless at least i can ...
... duck eggs), but that was about it. The second is that it's not the easiest place to get to and from - and this hit us when we left. We didn't want to take the ferry back to Luzon (as it would take the whole day) so we decided to fly, but this meant we had to wake up at 3:30 am as the airport is three hours away and we couldn't find a later flight. We managed though and, despite these two things, Boracay is definitely on the list to return to. Pictures to be ...