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... beers, games of crib and a lovely dinner we called it a night as we were up early in the morning to get to Kuala Lumpur.
Overall I was sad to be leaving the Philippines. There is so much to see and do here and we only managed to cover a small section of it, despite all the travelling. The people are amazing, full of fun and life and always so helpful and friendly. I'm glad that i'll be coming back to the Philippines in a couple of weeks.
... Luz herself is an omnipresent and super-competant host and fixer who can magic up transport, trips, transfers, currency exchange and a great many other things I haven't thought of without seeming to try. Today, while organising deliveries from several directions at once, and serving up lunctime snacks, I saw her deal with a heartbreaking story from a concerned American guest who wanted to know why the problem with his soap dish hadn't been fixed, when his ...
... Kiko and the ladies were great!
After staying 3 nights we had to move because of new bookings. We stayed at Mr Kwizz.....not the best choice.....so after one night we moved back again to our beach bungalow :)
In the 5 days we spend on the island we did some nothing :) and about 7 dives. With Fun & Sun diving, really a stand up comedian / nice guy John welcomed us there and our guide Leo was the best on the island!!! Great crew ...
... going to passport control there was a guy weighing each piece of hand luggage. I had to take things out just to get it to 7kg. My winter jacket alone weighed 1kg and I took out all my chargers, phone, keys to get the weight even lower.
However when he was distracted I walked past to the counter for departure tax. I told them I only had US dollars, gave $15, and asked if they would give ...
We learned that Ferdinand Magellan, the Portuguese conquistador planted a wooden cross there.
Without much information we planned to leave next day to Siquijor island. No one really could help us on getting there or giving us the correct schedule for the buses or boats. We had to rely on our guide and internet (when ...