Tonglen Beach Resort
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... till I find somewhere to sit, sandwiched between two locals. It's hot, a few people are fanning themselves, some are even using actual fans. There are ancient a/c units scattered around but they are either not on or are clapped out.
In front of me is a small Mister Donut stand, one of a dozen or so food outlets scattered around the room. Business is good, the young woman behind the counter is constantly taping the little cardboard boxes together and filling them with ...
... this hectic started (drama baby) we together with Helen's relatives enjoyed the five hour jeepney ride. Once we had reached the port of Caticlan it was time to say good-bye for now as they went on to another beach. In the meantime Hazel and I bought the tickets for the ten minute ferry ride to Boracay.
The small island is probably the best known tourist destination in the Philippines – for foreigners and Filipinos alike. Therefore we were a bit worried that ...
... pesos for 1/4 kilo. They also have Dried Squids and many more. I want to buy more that anchovies and dangit while Nanay told us (the Seller) that their stocks were already brought to the Market.
anchovies and danggit
Instead of having a rest, I took pictures at ...
... Lisa the monkey establishes her hierarchy with the woman and she did definitely stake her claim to my friend Aaron, the man. Lisa the monkey and Aaron had a short love affair that included Lisa spending an excess amount of time picking at his hair and eyebrows, rolling around inside his t-shirt and even giving him attitude when he had been gone for a long period. They say that relationships move extra fast when you meet travelling and this one, ...
... me a big hug for my final success!
Wednesday 4th January 2012 – Manila museum > Palawan island
I spent the following morning at the National Museum of the Filipino People, where they featured displays on recovered items from the wreck of the Spanish galleon San Diego (sank in 1600), excellent displays on the various indigenous tribes (including the infamous head hunting Ifuago) and, many other ...