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After travelling back to Manila for one night and spending it with some friends of Sean’s (who very kindly took us out for dinner) we headed south to Mindoro. We took a bus from Manila to Batangas and from Batangas a boat to White Beach, Mindoro. Pretty easy journey to be honest and after a few hours we had arrived. Interesting experience taking the bags off the boat directly on to the beach but we were helped by ...
... version on her wrist, and i can actually say, it was pretty good!! Just before Miss K fell asleep we were saying how nice a pizza would be, so what do i do`????It's pizza mission time. AGAIN!! 15 minutes later i am downstairs, waiting for my ham mushroom 14" to be delivered, grab it, run upstairs and decide to wake up Miss K with the pizza boy delivery!! Not impressed!!! The next day. Beach in the morning. I think at the end of this holiday i'm going to do ...
... although not a very
relaxing one given the speed of the erratic traffic shooting past us.
It took about an hour
and a half to get to Puerto Galera centre where we had a brief wander
around the “town” before heading to a nearby cafe to ooze sweat
and dust over a tasty breakfast and people watch. A fair bit of
entertainment was provided by the local traffic policeman, positioned
at the nearby crossroads who loved his loud hailer a little ...
... is known to be a rough passage. Our ride was a little rocky, to say the least, and a couple of people got sick during the passage. The woman behind me kept moaning and I thought forsure she was going to puke on me...but she somehow made it through the whole way. Thankfully though, Beth, Joe and I all have strong stomachs, and we thought the ride was kinda fun, haha. The island of Mindoro is absolutely incredible...we spent 3 days hiking to ...
... back way down a small trail through the jungle. We decided to try the “scenic route”. After a short time we stumbled into a native family’s hut. Everyone was very friendly and thanks to Chuck’s advice we made great friends with the children by giving them chocolate. We were encouraged after some primitive conversation reassured we were on the right route. The trail soon turned into a maze resembling a game trail with multiple Y’s dead ...