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... for a restaurant that serves this level of cuisine. I would have thought that a nice chilled sticky would have been eminently marketable in this climate, but maybe it's the wrong demographic for Boracay.
First desert was fried banana with orange segments on a bed of powdered biscuit. I'm not a fan of bananas, and this was a little ham-fisted for my taste anyway. Second desert was much better - caramelised apple chunks with a generous dollop of vanilla ice cream, once again served ...
... Wifi, so i decide to go for a little walkies to get something to eat!
Note to oneself - Next time i get hungry drunk , just go to sleep!! Here's why.......
2 more beers for the walk i go into a place and come out with a 18" thick crust italian pizza and two cokes, and now we have eaten the whole lot and ready to explode!! i had to get the biggest one to impress Miss K.
So now i have come up with my least favourite 5 things here ...
... of the 'Bulabog lot' go, and most people are drinking rum with anything for 50 pesos a go!! Uh oh!!!
Lots of rum and cokes for me, Lindas with pinapple, we finally got in around 2am. It's gonna hurt in the morning!
Well ok , it wasn't that bad, but was pretty uneventful yesterday except for Miss K being pretty ill most of the day!!
*note to oneself* remember imodium next time!!
... how high 15 meters is, I hesitated for a second stepped back, then I just thought sod it and jumped off, I shouldve thought about my landing a little more as on impact I was a little diagonal and the water slapped me in the face and chest, It was pretty sore but im glad I did it. The rest of that day was spend getting our moneys worth out of the free booze and at night we all headed out again for one last crazy night.
Well thats about it for ...
... palm trunks, which, on closer inspection, are concrete light poles.
Among the resorts and developments there are still old boats drawn up among the palms, and an active fishing community. Coming to a high, jungle covered bluff, with cliffs to the water, we are surprised to find a walkway around the base above high tide, and a hole cut through the point. We walk right around, hanging onto a handrail right at the point, finding another shrine with ...