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... just one or two small tourist villages. El Nido, 6 hours by van from Puerto Princesa is one of those villages. Located in a small turquoise bay surrounded by limestone cliffs, the scenery couldn't be more dramatic. But the bigger prize, is a trip out to the dozens of smaller islands dotted offshore. The easiest way to do this is a day trip by boat visiting several stunning beaches and swimming and snorkelling in crystal clear hidden lagoons. We decided to go and see ...
... seen on Suddenly 30, she was very excited. A couple of the fellas went for haircuts so the rest of us visited a rather larger Christmas shop which had every ornament you could imagine. In the end we had to get out of there because it was so hot inside. I don't know how the locals cope when it's so cold outside and then you go in a shop and it's so warm. People say you have to layer which is fine but when you are going in and out it get's to be a pain ...
... home. His hostel however is on the other side of town so I dunno if we'll catch up again. We didn't go to any local pubs but caught the tube to Cambridge, which is the Harvard/MIT side of town. Funny how I've had to travel the world to get to Cambridge when I never got around to it when I lived an hour away. The first bar we went to was of course Irish. We got talking to an Aussie girl, Alicia, a Germ, Ann and an Aussie guy Tom amongst others. The Aussies are travellers ...
... easy for dumb tourists like us! We started the tour with Copps Hill Burying Ground, the second oldest cemetery in the city, founded in 1659. From there, we followed the line to the Old North Church made famous by Paul Revere..."One if by land, two if by sea." The church is still active with services every Sunday. Inside are not just pews, but family boxes. Since the church was not heated, the boxes were created to hold heat in for the worshipers. Many ...
I am wrapping up finals this morning at school, quickly grading them, submitting the grades, then we're taking off for Boston this afternoon. Stout was picked up by my dad and Hillary is really sad. Looks like last night's snow is turning to rain and WIND so the drive down to Boston from Castleton, VT will hopefully be pretty uneventful.
Below is a tentative itinerary for the trip:
Sat Dec 22 - Leave Boston for Bogota, arrive at 210p
Sun Dec 23 - Bogota, rent bikes for ...