Tropical Sun Inn
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... up into the mountains as the rain stopped completely and the air got warmer. You could see the mists clinging to the tree tops and melting into the sky. We made a few pit stops to rest our buts and our hands and our bladders, and sometimes we even stopped to admire a view, but for the most part we just rode. It was six o clock when we reached Taytay and I filled up my motorbike (moped) once more. I asked the guy at the petrol station how much further ...
... of going all the way over Shau Kei Wan, where the museum is. Unfortunately it was another scorcher of a day, 33° this time. The trams aren't air conditioned and were packed. I lasted about 10 minutes before I had to get out. It was a sauna in there! We got the metro to where we needed to go instead. The museum is in a former coastal defence fort overlooking the Eastern approach to Victoria Harbour, which has been there since the late 19th century. The exhibitions ...
... I walked around town for a few hours, much of it on the Bay Walk, a promenade that lines the bay, with locals strolling up and down, kids playing, patio restaurants competing with kiosks to sell you dinner. To get there I passed by their main church/cathedral, which was absolutely packed for the Sunday evening service, doors open and people - of all ages - spilling outside. And it's a BIG building. Just another reminder of how devout many Filipinos ...
... of beers. I got talking to a nice French guy from my hostel who has just finished a year working in Australia. He told me I should go back to Indonesia and do Java Island and the Island above it. He said they are both filled with amazing hikes which is right up my street. So I've now added that to my long list.
For my evening meal I headed out to a restaurant that the lonely raved about. I didn't have a clue where it was so I googled it. Google said it ...
Simon writing… New country, the Philippines! We were quite excited to finally be arriving here as we had heard so many good things! Our plan was to head straight to Puerto Princessa, on Palawan island. It was a long journey through the night to get there, we took a flight from Hanoi in vietnam to Manilla, the capital of the phillipines. Then a few hoirs layover before flying from Manilla to Puerto Princessa but all in all it took around twenty hours and we were shattered. ...