One Crescent Place
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... with him. He lives in Manila at the moment so we are planning to meet up with him when we get there. We stopped at the same place again and when we got out were swarmed with people trying to sell us jewellery. I say we, it was just me. Susie went to the loo and the others on the coach went inside to get food. They wouldn't leave me alone! When we arrived back in Puerto Princesa we were dropped off right by our hotel! It was a nice little place called Colour Mansions, ...
... 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 ...
... Not much later we left after a real enjoyable dinner. We went for a walk and than went back where the real funny film 7 days 6 nights just started. 11th Andrea's cough was getting worse so first thing we did was to walk to the clinic again. Ridiculous that you can't get sirup here at the pharmacy now we had to pay the doctor 780 pesos (17€) (I hope the Filipino's don't have to pay that much) and than 350 pesos for some pills as there seem to be no sirup at all on this island. ...
On crutches we left Coron, upwards to Pandan island/Apo reef!
Again it takes a day to get there but we enjoyed it. First to the other side by small wooden boat and then by bus direction Sabajang. Overthere a nice lady helped us with arranging a small boat to Pandan island, just a short 15 minutes ride.
Because we arrived at sunset we found paradise next day. We had a fantastic buffetstyle meal, no wonder because there is a French "hand " in the lodge.
... like a child myself exploring the jungle. Once we had seen everything we wanted the next thing on the list was to get the cable car up to the peak to see skyline views of Hong Kong. The entrance to the cable car was just outside the gardens so it was all within walking distance. As soon as we saw the size of the queue we changed our minds. It was a bank holiday so that's why it was so busy, the estimated waiting time was 2 hours for a 10 minute ride up the hill. No thanks. We ...