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... frantically, thinking no way I could find them. But water is so clear and the sand so white you can see everything and sure enough I spotted them in about three feet of water! Along the beach there are many touts selling just about everything. If you book a trip through one of them they make 100 or 200 pesos for everyone they book. So you can book through your hotel and they make the money or ...
... shining, nice breeze. Yes, we are back at White Beach. Now we are back i actually missed this place, its got a really nice laid back vibe to it. Its 9:30am, Miss K is getting impatient sat directly infront of me , so i better make it quick!!!! Earlier this morning we woke up, grabbed our stuff and jumped on a local jeepney to bring us here.40p each. How long we asked? 1 hour. 2 hours later , we arrived in the town, grabbed a tricycle, ...
... stock up on
gasoline and meet his daughter. As a Catholic country, over here
people often feel the need to justify they fact that they “only”
have two children. The visibility and wildlife at the first
snorkelling stop wasn't great although the main aim was to get a
chance of seeing giant clams. Additional, smaller boats followed each
tour boat to the sites, offering the opportunity to be strapped on
and dragged along while you snorkelled. Their ...
... used to moor in its protective harbor during bad weather.
It took me a little over 17 years to return to Puerto Galera since my first and last visit. A lot has changed since as places such as White Beach, Sabang and La Laguna are almost completely built up which was one of the reasons I continuously put off returning to this place along with the sleazy reputation of places such as Sabang. But little did I know that there are still hidden ...
... or even with the other students. They would mostly stick close to the teacher .
Of course most of the kids were glad just to see a new face since the village is a long way out and in a government protected area they hardly ever get visitors apart from staff. So when we walk in with ...