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... pier 3, standing next to the narrow gangway to a large bangka, a long narrow boat with outriggers which are used throughout the Philippines. I'm a little miffed having successfully navigated the crowds of the ferry terminal, only to be told by the young man at the gangway that I cannot board the bangka. He tells me the boat is going to Bangas, a few kilometres from Puerto Galera. I know from my guide book that ferries stop at both these locations. I also saw an Aussie get on before ...
... until we got back to Manila. But that would be 5 days later. The inability to walk normally or put on a dive boot and fin meant doing pretty much nothing. Lots of time for relaxation, reflection, and reading. At first it was hard but got easier as the days progressed. Jane was able to hobble down to the beach a couple of times to snorkel. One day we saw four huge turtles, a sting ray and a triggerfish in a 30 minute ...
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... just before 5am by church bells, grabbed my bags and headed downstairs in the hope of finding more info on the buses. It turned out I had just missed out the first bus of the day, but the kindly man running the guesthouse volunteered to take me to the
port with his motorbike as apparently that would be the best place for catching the next bus/van/jeepney. We drove from the town through ricefields as the sun was rising - just beautiful! Wish ...