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... The boys came back and about 2ish and got me a cheese and tomato toasted baguette. I was feeling much better and very grateful for the feed.
Jane didn't miss too much thankfully. We were all spent after the previous night. We did some karaoke and then watched some more tranni shows. It was hard to avoid the tranni shows as there were so many. I was pleased to see Jane feeling better when we got back and that her illness was nothing more than a ...
Wanna have a cheaper yet a memorable beach experience?... Puerto Galera in Oriental Mindoro is the answer. Just approximately for to five hours away from Manila. Several bus terminals in some prime cities of manila offered a one a half or two hours ride to Batangas Port, fare range to Php 160.00 above but less than Php200.00. From Batangas port you have choices of shipping line that will take you to Puerto Galera and the estimated ...
... the boat we were out for the day with were:
Peter, a Czech/American living in San Fran as a cab driver with his 'girlfriend' Helen.
Another Czech guyon a break from building a bar in Bali with Helens friend.
Slovenian guy and his girlfriend.
I'm so **** with names, i literally forgot 4 out of 6 names straight away!!
So, intros done , we head round the coast , stop for some snorkelling, feed some fish, take ...
... and some other weird fish which more or less walked on the corals.
Afterwards I started packing, and had dinner with the guys.
Got up at 6am, woke Alois and then we headed to the pier to catch the ferry at 7am.
The ferry was late due to the rough sea conditions, so we finally left Sabang at 8:15am. Shared a van with the guys to the Manila airport for 2100 peso. At the airport we had breakfast, checked in, said good-bye to the guys and off to Boracay.
... Sabang for the past 12 years and recommended we walk about an hour up a very steep dirt road to visit the Mangyan tribe, which means mountain people. Anyways Sunday afternoon we took Chuck’s advice and made the sweaty hike up to see the tribe. Once at the top of the road we found some very interesting tree huts and managed to make very primitive conversation with some of the locals. It was interesting but the excitement was just about to begin. Chuck had spoke ...