Legazpi Tourist Inn
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... been out, I don't fancy a dodgy tummy. We got dropped off and had to get a taxi to OMP, we didn't have a room booked but hopefully they had a free one for us. Luckily they did and my UPS parcel had arrived from my mum with my bank cards, yay! We were so hungry so we ordered a pizza and eventually went to sleep about 3:30am.
Today's Budget - 1,775!
Hotel - 450
Minivan to Legaspi - 75
Bus to Manila - 600
Food - 200
Taxi - 200
Pizza - ...
... nelson submission hold, pushing my elbows down into my back before letting go and quickly cracking my neck from side to side. I was relieved that he was a master of the art for an inch either way and my neck would have been broken. After one hour and a half of torture he finally let me go, a broken man. I entered the shop expecting a foot massage and left having been involved in a WWE Intercontinental title match, which I lost. Suffice to say I didn't hurry back ...
... one (Shoreline) and, to avoid any further hiking in the sun, the five of us boarded a tricycle. These are motorbikes with roofed sidecars, and so Sean and Mitsy got in the sidecar whilst Tee was on its roof with the luggage. This left the two of us on the bike behind the rider, who was perched on the bike's fuel tank. Quick progress it was not, and bumpy corners were mildly alarming, but it was certainly more fun than walking.
We spent ...
Another adventure, this one a bit unplanned!
Enjoyed a large early breakfast to get ready for a day of diving. The weather was sunny, and the wind lighter, so we are optimistic for calmer seas.
Our route to the dive boat was quite interesting. Although the dock is just a couple of blocks from Giddy's, due to low tide, we had to access the boat via the LONG way. First, we loaded up two mototrikes with all of our dive gear ...
... Pastors Work in Chacala, Orphanage in Ethiopia, and others. We are looking forward to our next mission trip to Cambodia in June.
After an hour of pushing the net through the mud, Scot had about 200 grams of shrimp to show for it — he would have earned a little less than $1 for his efforts!
We have had two great days here, and weather permitting, hope to go scuba diving on our last day. We'll see if it works out, but if not, we have still had a fantastic time ...