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Travel Blogs from Makati
... want to go back to see the midget boxing. As we approach the hostel I hang towards the back and as we walk past I slip into the hostel entrance without anyone noticing. I make it into the hostel just in time to throw up. Rice. Yuck. Wash face, brush teeth ready for bed and hope that after a good nights sleep I'll feel better.
Things I learnt today:
Do not let people talk you into going out if you know you feel ill and/or not up for ...
... holes in the rocks in order to get to them, but when you did, it was amazing. We did lots of snorkelling and swimming in the clear waters. We also continued with our scuba diving and did four more dives around El Nido. The visibility was really good so we got to see lots of cool things such as crocodile fish, anemone fish (different coloured Nemo's), turtles, lion fish, scorpionfish, boxfish, huge schools of mackerel and snapper and some really rare fish ...
... real deal.
At the hotel, just like most places in the Philippines, the security is pretty heavy. There's a drug sniffing dog, a dude with an AK-47, and at least 2 other security officials checking the place. You go through a metal detector to get in. The cops carry sawed off shotguns. It's not especially dangerous here (unless you're at the wrong place at the wrong time, which is true ...
... now a big group that your company caused great
inconvenience). I asked what time, she said again with no affection that
I immediately surf the net and looked for the recent law posted for
cancellation of flights and I quote: "In case of flight cancellation
attributable to the carrier, a passenger shall have the right to:
(a) Be notified beforehand via public announcement, written/published ...
... we don't have a repeat of the Dunedin 'Fresher 10'!! Craving fresh and non sugar injected food, we went down to Harbour View, a lovely seafood restaurant down on water- literally a pier that has seating with amazing views back to the city. Fresh fish and salad all for under $8 - bliss. In an effort to counter the never ending eating, some of the crew have joined the local community morning Zumba classes! 20pesos (50cents) ...