Garden Of Eden
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... a stone/scorpion fish). Then after a couple of very hairy minutes we let go and catapulted along. Ground level drops off and we are in the blue (well, more like grey). Get to 13m and we get a down current that pulls us to 20m. Having to fight upwards. We get ourselves out of the strong currents and do a couple of safety stops. Finally we surface about 150m away from our start point. We are still alive and Sean passed his ...
... van! With a 5 track cd on repeat, and a guy who was making the most annoying clicking sound with his teeth!! Click click click!!! 7pm we arrive at Catapan town, to be told we have missed the last bus, so, its grab a hotel time. Going on the way people are looking at us, i dont think many westerners hang around this place!! So we check into a hotel, 400p, which was like stepping back in time about 30 years. Big carpets with ships ...
... person in the world. Somehow Tom managed to remain calm and
return the spider to the jungle but it's fair to say I was a little
bit jumpy that night especially as the fifty or so babies still
remained on the loose.
Following this incident
Tom and I have regressed women's liberation a few decades and made an
arrangement that I will wash his clothes (by hand) for the next four
months if he removes any unwanted wildlife that looks like it could
... Its funny though, I don't recall being bitten by bugs (and I was wearing bug spray), and yet, I have welts all over my body from bug bites. They like me here. However, despite the bug bites, we absolutely LOVED Mindoro and want to go back before we leave! It is so close to Manila (short bus and ferry ride), and relatively inexpensive to travel to.
Today we are meeting with Sister Dulce about our Community Health Finance Tour, which we may ...
... vacant huts. Luckily town was down and we were up so in the long run common sense got us off the mountain where we ran into a local farmer. Janie spoke a couple of words to the guy in Tagalog and I chimed in with kaibigan Chuck, which means we are Chuck’s friend. The man motioned to follow him and began speaking Tagalog at an alarming rate assuming we spoke fluently. We repeatedly told the man we did not speak Tagalog. For the next ten minutes the man ...