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... pipe was hanging off. In fact, it was touching the wheel. This clearly wasn't good, so for the next hour and a bit we hunted down bolts and someone to put the exhaust back on. I was pretty sure I could have done it until they realised that it wasn't just hanging off at one point, but it also wasn't attached to the rest of the pipe. If anything it was surprising it hadn't fallen off already. Three hours later than planned, much to the ...
... deal. They were shut for lunch. We ended up going to a Thai place instead. I had a bit of a headache after all the fun we had in the museum so we went back to our room and chilled out and did a bit of washing. In the evening the rain had cleared so we walked down to the harbour to get the ferry for some piccys. We left a bit early for the nighttime shots, but we decided to go back to that bar by the pier we went to with Taylor and drink there waiting for nighttime, then get ...
... week relaxing, sunbathing, having long walks, eating and feeding (we actually bought three meals each time) our newly acquired dog. After a particularly enjoyable night on the Tanduay we decided we were going to fully adopt and ship it back to the UK - the £1000 minimum fee and likelihood of it not arriving in the UK brought us back to our senses.
We would have stayed longer at Port Barton if it weren't for the fact that ...
... up north to El Nido. The ride on the mainly paved road was not too bad but took a long seven hours and so we arrived in El Nido by nine in the evening. After a quick dinner we sunk in our beds for a good night's sleep.
The next morning we had a look around for a slightly bigger room and settled for a fan room in the El Nido Bay Inn. Afterwards we had a look around town which is nicely nested in between high limestone cliffs. The town itself ...
... we'd had in the Philippines, it had freshly sizzling tuna steak, coconut white fish roll, tempura aubergine tomato squid (better than it sounds!) and mild chilli prawns; and all for just 450 peso. Yum! Back at Sotera's we crashed out in our annex room which was huge (2 sofas, kitchenette and 3 double beds!). Jen finished book: Nothing To Envy (about North Korea). Rating 5/5 Stayed at Sotera's Mansion, Puerto Princesa [T&J rating: ...