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... the girls relaxed on the beach with a massage. £3.70 for an hour! It was good, really good! The boys played in the sea. It was pretty hot, but unfortunately overcast. We then enjoyed a bit of a pub crawl, 70p for 500 ml of 6.9%252525 beer - crazy! David tried balut, an 18 day old chicken embryo, straight from the shell - minging! He said it was delicious and tasted like boiled egg, it certainly looked horrendous! Having a few beers, we discussed ...
... than most dives.
The trip didn’t quite turn out as expected but was good all the same. We met some very interesting people who were mostly Europeans traveling extensively from place to place. It seemed people drifted in and out of here with whatever they could carry on their backs and without a solid plan of when or how they were getting to the next place. Some were traveling one month or two but we met a ...
... award..hopefully you will like the one I chose but there are so many others :-)
Very sad to leave. We almost stayed a couple of extra nights but thought it best to get moving and as the boat pulled away from our paradise island we knew that it would live in our hearts as one of the most magical and special places we have shared together...paalan turtles, we will miss you!
As for our next stop...Boracay...via quite a lot of traveling :-)
... amenities then being told differently later on.
Sabang is mainly a diving mecca so most places are geared up for diving so I was hoping to do some dives (my first in 3 years!). The main town pathway follows the coast in the bay and then around the headland to the neighbouring bay of Small La Laguna which is a smaller version of Sabang. On our way back to the room we discovered the floating bar. Actually it is a part of one of the bars ...
... that only bad ************* do. There was another person involved in this process...Ethei. My heart pretty much belongs to him, he is TOO FUNNY. It was this group of hard-drinking but incredibly funny men that had me doing Stuntmen, handstands and crazy decisions about engaging in a diving course, that is way over my head and diving-skills. I pretty much love Sabang, by now. **** you, Thailand.
So, today was Tech Diving, ...