Gran Prix Boracay Hideaway
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... pack and check out. We got checked out ok, and retrieved our room deposit, grabbed a Multicab back to the jetty port. This time we were on a traditional banca back to Caticlan and we met our van driver back to Lezo.
Just to finish, things were not perfect this trip with accomodations or food, but you know what, even that did not diminish the fun and beauty of this part of my vacation.
This year's Boracay adventure was over, and now two weeks in the ...
... every evening we watch the sun set over the ocean, whilst having a beer at our favourite beach bar 'Red Pirate.' It has a small garden area on the beach designed around a cluster of palm trees and the furniture is made from collected driftwood. This area is much more authentic and pleasant than the other end of the beach where all the resorts & shops are, so the only time we venture that way is for our McDonalds breakfasts! We have even found a decent fish ...
... after their disc with American Woman died i brought them a new one with all Canadian hits and they play it while we are there.... Several drinks later, Andoy's friend Craky showed up, and joined us for some drinks. after Happy hour we made our way to Mesa, a filipino fusion restaurant. which while high end is typically pretty good. I was not as happy with it as i was last time, but everyone else seemed to enjoy their food. After that we were just wiped ...
I have to say that I have definitely become more English in that I actually enjoy having a whinge. I still have the positivity as well from the Aussie side... Maybe even the the loudness from my American side... I call myself the best of all worlds / passports. You might call me the worst of those worlds... Hey, you're reading this blog! :). Honestly though, who whinges about paradise? Not my Webby. There are several phrases that describe happiness: Happy as a fat kid in ...
... into practice in diving scenarios.
I won't talk in too much detail about each skill and scenario as I may as well include the manual, but suffice to say it was exhausting. Pushing, pulling a diver is tiring...but when you do it most of the day, in full gear, then get out of the water, more theory, then gear up again and do more physical excursion of dragging a person out of the water, after de-gearing them in the water, while towing them 25 metres to the beach ...