Goldenfield Kundutel Hotel
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... a bus from Caticlan and helpful lady brow beating a taxi driver to give me a better price. A couple of things that amused me: crisps called Ding Dong and Chavs Convenience store. I half expected someone to walk out wearing baggy tracksuit bottoms and a Burberry cap. Today, I've got an hour on a ferry and about 4 1/2 hours bus trip to Dumaguette. Should be diving Apo Island in a day or ...
... the post-op meeting with
the head doctor of orthopaedics. I went along and followed him into a dark room
where he locked the door behind us… at this point I was thinking where on earth
am I. I walked through, pulled across a curtain and walked into what looked
like a little control room. The head doctor was sat at the end with his legs
crossed across the room from the computer screen, I sat down and felt very
awkward. Basically I’d just gone to a meeting ...
... left Iloilo, people would come over to us and ask
for photos and send their kids over for photos with us (the poor kids looked
petrified), they even took it in turns to have individual photos with us… very
Once we’d settled in on Friday and
had some lunch we got back on the boat to start off our island hopping. We went
straight to one of the bigger islands which was about 10 minutes away. We climbed
down to the most ...
... Not to worry, we arrived in IloIlo where we were going to stay for the night but it was only 1pm so I thought we could get the ferry to Bacolad and stay there before going to Dumaguete! The ferry was rough, it took 1 hour and cost 265 per person. We got proper comfy seats though and a Disney film was on! When we got to Bacolad we got a trike with a local to Check Inn where we would stay for the night but it was fully booked. I didn't get a ...
... here and I still get confused about which way the traffic comes, I knew
the roads in Asia weren’t great but these definitely fit into the ‘watch where
you’re going or you’ll get squashed’ category. Overall though I’ve
learnt how different life here in Asia is compared to back home, in not such a
bad way though. They may live less privileged (as much as I hate to say) lives
and find each day more of a struggle with ...