Matabungkay Beach Resort & Hotel
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We had tea in a big sports bar. I ordered pizza, the woman said it was too big for one. I laughed at her. She came back 30min later with a pizza that was too big for one. We had a couple of drinks then walked to a cool little empty bar where I trounced Charlotte at Jenga and drank the Filipino spirit of choice; Tanduay rum...and coke. Feeling a little drunk we attempted to go find Banksy's mate. Trouble with a floating bar, this one in particular, is that theres ...
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... really nice to catch up. I’m sure mum missed having us around as I swear she was in the kitchen just waiting every morning for us to wake up and make as tea and breakfast. Being the nice daughter that I am I thought I’d let her, just while we’re here.
We went to a place called Anilao, which is a beach and a place to go diving. We didn’t dive there though as we were feeling a little ropey from the night before. I like going here though, we manage ...
... Better to play it safe.
We arrived at El Galleon and went straight to diving after lunch. Russ was on a mission to reach his 200th dive during the trip to earn a t-shirt commemorating the event. He said he only had 11 dives to reach that goal. That meant a lot of diving. But since we had unlimited diving in our package deal with Asia Divers, we wanted to get our money's worth anyway. We did a lot of ...
... finding mainly seats, we find hundreds of painted green steel framed bunks with wooden boards and plastic blue mattresses. At first the idea of using these things is kinda repulsive, but it turns out that lying on something soft is preferable to sitting on a little hard seat for two hours. The sea is pretty choppy, it is nearing sundown, and with the strong winds coming in from the sea its actually pretty cold. We arrive at about 9pm, but it still takes ...