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We are back in Puerto Princessa for 1 day so went on an island hopping trip as this would be our last chance. Set off at 0800 and made our way to Honda Bay where we caught our boat for the day. We set off and after stopped to assist a broken down boat which promptly restarted and sailed off at which point we broke down and drifted for a while before as if by magic restarted and off we went ! The islands were again stunning and plenty ...
... ahead of time. After a lot of research we had come to the conclusion there were three types of taxi to get from airport, coupon, yellow airport or white. Coupon were dearer with the fare paid up front 500 pesos, yellow between 250 and 450 dependant wether you go, the pretty route and the meter is working, or white, there were even signs on the wall warning of their bad reputation! We took the coupon type. I think I should add, that although the ride was uneventful, those who ...
... baby crocodile, and it was amazing how soft his skin was. His belly was smooth and butter-like, and his claws were so delicate, even when gripping a little more firmly on your arm than you'd like. We spent about 40 minutes walking around the rest of the parks we saw a very unique animal called a bearcat (still not sure which animal it is more closely related to), we heard the beautiful and almost hypnotizing sounds of different birds, and walked through an actual jungle ...
... fair bit of time chatting and getting to know each other. At one point, Walter left for a couple of days to visit Puerto for supplies. Randy was left in charge and we were the only lodgers. Randy brought up a friend and they sat in the room with the freezer and smoked up all afternoon. When I walked in to get a beer out of the freezer, Randy suddenly opened up. He told me that he wanted to have a man-to-man talk with me about women - that his ...
... which I was not thrilled about. Filipino food is much more like Indonesian food- I miss Thai food! They eat a lot of pork, which I'm not a huge fan of, and once again there is very few fruits and veggies. But lots of rice (of course) and lots of fish, which is actually really good (as it should be considering how close we are to the ocean). Filipinos eat a lot of dried fish (by itself, in soup?) and I really wanted to ask our city tour guide yesterday how they eat it but ...