Tonglen Beach Resort
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... that they shoved 2 sets of bunkbeds into, I thought in my head "I may be getting to old for this!". No joke, but I am pretty sure I could have fit 10-15 of these dorm rooms into my previous nights hotel room.
In any case, I decided that I didn't come to Boracay to sit in this room so let's go check out this awesome beach. So I quickly changed into my bathing suit and off I went for an afternoon of beaching. As I arrived closer to the beach it became ...
... hats stacked high, the bottom hat is big, a sombrero, the top hat is smaller, a light blue fedora. He holds them up to me as he passes. He doesn't say anything, going through the motions, doesn't really expect a sale. I shake and smile, though he isn't even looking at me. Past me, he lowers the hats as he steps over an obstacle, stops suddenly and sneezes over the hats.
To my right a small boat is loading divers. It's the second one in the last 10 minutes. The first ...
... s going to be fine.
The television may be old but it has cable. You wouldn't be watching all the time so it doesn't really matter if the television wasn't LCD or flat screen.
They have free WiFi Internet the whole day. It may not work that fast but the speed was enough for us to post our current statuses and upload recent pictures in our social network sites all the time.
As for the bed, they are ...
... in garlic and onion, blank look on the garlic, will have to wait and see! Catch you tomorrow folks. 9th Jan: Up for breakfast 09.00hrs then catch the bus to the not so safe boat over to the Island of Malapasqua. Dodgy boat trip but arrived in one piece and surprisingly so did the boat! Found my B and B not sure what the building regs are but I've got a sink with no tap or plug, shower that dripped only and that was towards the wall so it was a ...
In the afternoon, it took all my time to get ready, but eventually I made my way over to the district of Malate, to get my passport from the Indonesian embassy. Before starting to look around for flights to the islands - the Philippines crowning jewels. I returned and walked rather slowly to the local shopping mall at Robinsons, buying a couple of books and eating a McDonald’s while feeling utterly wretched. Eventually ...