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... to these sort
of experiences, I have never done them. I have not travelled at all like a lot
of my friends have, and I have not even been on holiday since I was 13, so this
is all a first. I do believe and live by the saying 'your life begins at the
end of your comfort zone'. It's true
The taxi drove us onto the other side of the island and up
some windy roads, and once we got there we needed to get up to ...
... br> I somehow picked up this little old man who insisted on taking my backpack for me. I tried to brush him off but he was persistent. He took me to the boat....and then got on the boat with me. "You're coming too?" I asked. He nodded. I was thinking to myself I was about to get ripped off big time. I brushed off his attempts at friendly conversation because I knew what was going to happen. When we got to the other side I knew he was going to try and charge me ...
... 1 ½ hours. Everyone headed back to our hotel quickly packed and they were on their way before we knew it. It was sad to see them leave but we will be meeting up with them again in a week or so when we leave for Thailand. It poured rain all night long so we went to the closest convenience store to get some drinks for a long night of cards on our patio. We were not prepared for what we found… Boracay rum... $3 for one 26. How did we not know about ...
... a few hours in the pool and sun shine finished my book so thought I'd take lunch and exchange my book. Had veg soup well leaf soup as that was all that was in there but very nice, book exchange I'll wait until I move on, I don't need Jesus books I was born in his town (Doncaster for those that don't know where he came from) thought there was something odd about this place. I asked when and if it ever got busy she said, Christian week, I asked ...
... dive shops, water activity shops, vendor stalls, etc, etc. There is also "E-mall" and it's a section of vendor stalls off the beach consisting of cheap goods & souviners, and then "D-mall" consisting of pricier stores. There's also a TON of Koreans - they probably make up 90% of the tourist population! And I can go everywhere without shoes! The pathway is sand and the shops and bars are either on the beach or don't require shoes haha, its such a freeing ...