Mandala Spa & Villas
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... are correct and confirm that I’m not having a blonde moment. A man a few houses along asks me what I'm up to so I chat to him and explain what I'm there for and he says it’s probably cancelled because of the weather. He says it’s a typhoon and I should be careful travelling. I know the meeting can’t be cancelled due to the weather – businesses are still trading so it cant be that bad. I guess it must be an assembly or something. Even the ...
... also a bar at the house so we can always make our own drinks when were staying in. Last night we went out clubbing as we met a big group of people travelling through the world from Uruguay. We had a great night and the club was really good and the music good too but there were do many strange people and we had the weirdest but funniest experience ever. So many stories and memories, some which are better not written about ...
So I haven't mentioned Bobby yet and I should have because he's a babe. We met him on the first night at Edga's party and made the kind offer for us to use his beach hut on Diniwid whenever we wanted! He has grown up on the Philippines so knows it like the back of his hand. He has great advice on places to go and things to do. He has another house in Manilla which is the bigger island where he works, so like ...
... More relaxing on the white beach and some swimming in the crystal blue water. Webby is working on her tan, I am working on not getting 3rd degree burns like in Zanzibar! A walk along white beach and then back to the hotel for the sunset. I have to say that I thought that there would be more Aussies here... Well at least some. Th m The majority of people here are actually Korean... Most probably from the south... :) apparently Boracay became popular and started to build ...
We finished packing (again) and the van we had rented to bring us to Caticlan had arrived. The Toyota L300 is a basic form of public transportation in the Philippines. Mostly privately owned they are used on longer route, but for the local trips. They are a 10 passenger van and boy are the seats tight. For that reason we usually just book an entire van, usually driven by a friend of Allan's parents. Now ...