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... to diving off and Sherilyn had a slight freak out about having to enter the water by rolling over backwards. The instructor was great though and she had no issues. The coral and marine life was amazing. We were ecstatic when we saw our first ever hawksbill turtle.
Our first tricycle ride was to White Beach. A tricycle is basically a motorbike with a cart on the side with a seat in it. The Philippines has some amazing beaches, but ...
... We considered staying in Sabang for a few nights, but have decided to stay put as we really like white beach. In the afternoon we snorkeled in front of our hotel in the rain and then enjoyed a hot shower to warm up. Nick ended the day with another banana shake, something he really likes. ...
... were lovely and the wife tried to take a sneaky photo of me
but was given away by the flash. To apologise and also possibly
because I “looked a bit a rough, I mean seasick” (thanks Tom!)
they gave me a huge cookie made of treacle and peanuts. Two bites
later, teeth rattling in our skulls, we carefully wrapped it back up
We finally arrived on
the Sabang beach of Puerto Galera, wobbled ashore and wandered ...
... old school elegant that you don't really see much anymore. Today we met with Sr. Dulce, a BU Public Health Alum, who will led us on a community finance tour to three different provinces in May. I'm really looking forward to this - health care financing is a very important part of public health and this trip is sure to be enlightening and will be very valuable in the future. Classes don't start until next Friday, so another trip might be in the works!
... to pass that deal up. Once finished our guide offered us another offer "too good to refuse", so we were off to view “big shell”. “Big Shell” turned out to be a bed of clams the size that your arms make when you stretch, slightly bend your elbows, and touch your fingers together.
Sunday afternoon we went for the excursion of our lives. During our moped ride Saturday we met a mid 50’s diver named Chuck from Hawaii. Chuck has ...