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... like bats and that terrifies us a little that idea. We had the desire to seek more information about it and found that the water of the river changes its color according to the time of year where we are, goes from being totally transparent to brown depending on the rains. This beautiful place is so visited that you have to book to get in.
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... place. We ended up spending a few hours there. From the museum we had a coffee, messaged Ben, who we met in Guilin, and walked down to the harbour to catch the ferry over to Hong Island. On the way we passed the Space Museum. I'd read it was meant to be a bit **** and very outdated, but it was free so we went in! What I'd read was true. After getting off the ferry on the other side we walked to Hong Kong Park. This is one of the places Susie got lost in trying to get the ...
... of the boat which had the important job of holding the light. The poor man who did however was attacked by alien looking insects, we of course did all we could to help... laughed and left him to it! In the evening we went to dinner to our favourite restaurant in Puerto Princesa, taking with us a lovely couple we met at the cabins. When asked what our plans were for tomorrow Hannah responded, clearly with her who wants to be a millionaire winnings in mind, we're going island ...
... probably more slick than snow. I have never rode a motorcycle on such terrain so I went extremely slow...but apparently going slow is not the only skill required for this terrain and we fell again. This fall was not as severe as the first fall but it definitely made me stop and not want to go further on the motorcycle. People again came to us for help and advice. We were told that a bus usually passes by and carries motorcycles because they know this problem exists. We waited for 2 ...
... arrived back in good old Changhua around 10pm, tired, cold, and hoping to return sometime soon to the Philippines.
My expectations were far exceeded, and I am really happy I took this trip. It was cheap (I spent around 16,000 pesos which is not much at all) and the weather was great. The people were genuinely friendly and warm. The food was great. It was pretty easy to get around. And I love, love, love Sabang town.