Hotel La Roca
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... like he hadn't showered in weeks, it was really unbelievable when someone can stink out a whole air-conditioned minivan when sat at the back, astonishing. The first amazing thing he did was shave his head whilst in the minivan. We had just set off and I could hear this buzzing, I turned around and he was using a shaver to shave his already very bald head. It was mad! How can shaving your head be more important than washing?! The White Russian then engaged the mum of the ...
... we head down to the each front. We lay on the beach just in front of a hotel that is just being built. The next hotel is Alona Tropical Beach Resort and the next one on the cliff is Amorita Resort. The beach is lovely white powered sand and shallow clear blue water with no waves. Our kind of beach. There is shade at the back of the beach under the palm trees but will probably not be much once the new hotel is open. Colin has lunch at a nearby restaurant ...
... to meet us. It was amazing they had stayed awake all night looking forward to seeing their family again after a few days and were happy to meet us English. We were dropped off at House of Joshua by 6am, just enough time for Nathan to enjoy a run before church while Rach enjoyed a short nap. There was no running water in the entire village, strip washing with one bottle of water kept things interesting. Poor Nathan was hot and sweaty and struggled with this task ...
... just short of a twig through the eye!
You go back the same way you came via a shorter line- managed to get a video------
Shaken and steamy we headed further north to see the Chocolate Hills which are said to be tear drops from a sad god....poor guy. Naturally one of them has a big road up the side which you can pay to drive up to the view point and get some photos which is pretty handy (only a pound). ...
By Mike Quane
My wife, Liza, and I visited Bohol after a few days at the much more famous Philippine beach resort of Boracay. And while Boracay does have perfect whitesand beaches, it draws large crowds of tourists and its beachfront has become very commercialized. The island of Bohol, a ferry ride from the bustling Philippine city of Cebu, was the"tropical paradise" we had expected
Boracay to be. With perfect and uncrowded beaches, and palm trees not ...