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Olangapo is a city that I thought was near some nice water and a bay. It is a port for old navy and marines. There is not much here except a few model airplanes and monuments from war and I'm not sure why I came here because the bay is not swimmable and very dirty. It is polluted with oil from the boats. Across the river from Olangapo ...
... to Angeles again anytime soon until I find a big hotel close to the action with a decent swimming pool to hang out in during the day.
But night time is still quite a lot of fun. People watching and then Gogo bar hopping until the wee hours of the morning. With most drinks between $3-5 you can drink and buy drinks for others ...
... in relaxation. Suspended in a womb of tropical waters, focusing on breathing becomes reflex – not just to conserve air and prolong your bottom time, but also to control buoyancy. Once you’re accustomed to the weightlessness and sting of salt in your sinuses, you’re free to meditate on the lonely musical tinkling of your bubbles and feint chomping crackles from the coral eaters.
I turn to my dive buddies to find them all gawking and pointing into ...
... Kokomo's restaurant and sit in one of the seats overlooking the street and watch the show. Watch the parade of old, fat white guys walking arm in arm down the street with their young Filipina lovers, followed by an occasional lady boy and then comes the pack of Indian guys traveling together with their eyes and mouths wide open.
After that head to one of the larger clubs and enjoy the dancing and San Miguel Light(try the apple flavor) the rest of night is up to ...
... the extra hours I would have to
pay on the room were not in my budget. hehe kidding!!).
I paid my 'Mr tricycle man' P50 and
he said nothing coz he knew it was more than enough (I gave him the
extra money as a tip for not messing me around). As I walked to the
main road he offered me a free ride, good lad.
McDonald's and bed.
What a mission!!!!