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... the man beside me had fallen asleep and had his hand on my leg... it was a pretty tight squeeze. But the only thing I really minded was not being able to see out the window! Negros is BEAUTIFUL, like all islands in the Philippines, but instead of rice paddies everywhere they grow sugarcane! And there are gorgeous hills and stunning beaches, coconut and banana trees everywhere, beautiful clean villages... it would have been great to stare out ...
... much of our time walking the beach, reading and making plans. Most of the cliental was German and some spoke little English. (Like many bars, Yogi had a book shelf where one could read and exchange novels. Out of close to a hundred books, I only found one or two in English - the rest were German)
We did spend a great afternoon with a couple from Nuremberg. He was German and worked as a mailman back home. He road a bike every day ...
... we were the only people on the beach. Good job we got that walk in that day, for now the weather was changing.
Francis, our resort owner, advised us that the weather was the coldest it had been in the7 years he had owned the resort. It was 23 degrees!! To him, that was cold - to us, even though it was cloudy and rainy, it was still warm. We could still be outside, and we had to remind ourselves several times, we were not shovelling snow!!!!!
... of the boys finally understood he just said over and over, "It's complete. It's complete."
A couple of the boys lost interest after that and started jumping back in the water off the deck. One of them was intrigued by my mask and snorkel so I let him try them out. The mask was no problem but the snorkel, well that almost drowned him. He didn't quite ...
... br> the bus managed to chug its way through and another hour later we
finally arrived in Sipalay. Having been told that the meeting point
for the boat ride to our final destination – Sugar Beach was the
Jarmont Grocery store we smiled at the nice, big security guard with
his nice, big gun and nice, big ammo waistband and made the most of
their plastic seats and umbrellas.
very confusing phone call to the resort, where they ...
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Sugar Beach, Brgy. Nauhang, Sipalay | Hotelfrom $20