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Travel Blogs from Lian
Well, it took more than 3 weeks and lots of travel to finally find a sunny day at the beach, too bad I had to leave later that day! The morning was beautiful, we had some coffee then went for a swim. A few of us batted a volleyball around for a bit.
The rest of the food was prepared, and by 9 am we had some breakfast beers to go with the …
... that I didn't mean me, hopefully she knew what I meant. Why do I need to tell people stuff like that when I'm drunk, like when I said on NYE that they were the only nice Germans we had met. Keep it to yourself even if you mean it as a compliment.
We left the bar around 2am after Josh had offended everyone he could, the locals all took it in good spirit, the old white men were less keen. We walked back to the room and somehow managed to stay awake watching Walking Dead. 22 hour day ...
... a holiday resort on the edge of Lake Taal
... coffee for one dollar and seven cents, ($1.07 USD)
Denny's has their two dollar breakfast deals but nothing like this.
Yesterday, for dinner Yuri and I had a shrimp and squid cook –off, so off to the fish market to find the freshest shrimp and squid, we bought 2 kilos of what I would call jumbo shrimp for $4.87 a pound.
The squid cost $2.38 USD for a kilo or 2.2 pounds.
The war would start at dinner.
... them to lift with a heavy car tyre on each end of a large stick of bamboo held together with some rope. They also found a field to run in, and had made their very own badminton court in the garden. I left them to it and spent my time lazing about inside.
It was cool to be back in the family life again, and we even had a dog this time too who had some puppies while we were there. Unfortunately left before they became fun.