The Sulo Riviera
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... my first time in Europe.
On top of the anxiety, there were over a hundred items on my checklist of things to bring. If I forgot one, the trip would be a disaster. There were more things to fear as well: will I get mugged in Brussels, will my shuttle not show up in Izmir Airport, will my credit card/ATM not work in Europe (btw I didn't know then how to withdraw with a credit card); will I ever come back in the office.
... de plongée. La première plongée, on l’a fait juste devant l’hôtel dans l’après-midi, la visibilité est incroyable et les coraux magnifiques … bienvenue aux Philippines ! Le lendemain, on part pour Pescadore island, une réserve située à 15 min de bateau. C’est un des sites les plus réputés des Philippines pour ces bancs de sardines qui forment des boules de plusieurs millions d’individus. On observe d’autres poissons qui ...
... nasty thing to do, as when you are sick, you are usually not that attentive about your surroundings. The guard was telling me how earlier in the week, one woman had been waiting for her relative to get dialysis treatment. She had brought 400,000 pesos with her ($1200 NZ) to pay the hospital for the treatment, and she put her bag down on the bench. She got up to wash her hands, and when she got back the bag was gone with all the money!
Well, like I said, ...
We had a terrible time on our last day in Planet Dive resort (which
was just a while ago I couldn’t wait to write about it – 8May11). WE
WERE TREATED SO BADLY BY NONE OTHER THAN ONE OF THE RESORT OWNERS OF
PLANET DIVE. In a nutshell, he would’ve wanted his guests to stand in
the pouring rain rather than offer a shade in his house. Here are the
There was a storm due to the Low Pressure Area and on our way out, ...
... Now that we were fed, we had a few items of business to attend to. Our first priority was to get the hell out of Manila. We decided we wanted to visit the 2,000 year old rice terraces in Banaue to the north, so we jumped in a cab and headed to the Autobus Station to buy tickets. Our cabbie didn't exactly know where this company's station was located, and a few times he queried people on the street. As you can imagine, he got a different answer every time. Luckily ...