TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Anita Bohol
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... and this being a 98% Catholic country, there was a party going on. We still swam in the ridiculous clear water, inhabited only by the odd fish and jellyfish and the occasional hermit crab needing 'righting' (get it together evolution). Bob Marley or not the music became too much and we headed for the sanctuary of Royal Paradise soon enough where I now sit thinking of special people back home who helped save my day from idiot familias.
Thank you. You know who you ...
... his name was Geoff (or Gefly as he likes to be known). He arrived late dressed head to toe all in white including white socks and sandals. We were then joined by a Russian woman (his girlfriend?) but they sat apart and didn't interact for the whole entire day except a few short barky conversations. They sounded angry but this could just be Russian. Anyway so this man was completely phenomenal to watch and be around. When I say phenomenal I mean TOTALLY INSANE. Firstly ...
... the packing until later and spend the afternoon by the swimming pool.We have pork and chicken Adobo for an early tea in the restaurant. One of the best we have had with a decent portion side (180 and 190 pesos a dish).Later we walk down to the sea front to see the many bars and restaurants. We find a life bottle of San Miguel for 80 pesos (just over £1). Drinks are cheaper than you can buy in the supermarket's.
A really good night's sleep and ...
... the boat set off at 10.00pm. We were introduced to our sleeping quarters, many rows of bunk beds in three large rooms. An 8 hour journey ahead of us will keep things interesting! Attempting to sleep in small quarters reminds Rach of her YWAM days, when on board the boat sailing around New Zealand, such happy memories. Amazingly both of us managed to sleep with no motion sickness. We arrived at Cagayan de Oro at 5.00am and were greeted by our friend's father and brothers who were ...
... was Virgin Island (no, not the one in the Caribbean) a small island with a long sandy beach outlier. The island was nice and the fried bananas were super yummy (Kevin even established the theory that frying must be the healthiest way to prepare bananas).
Once back at our accommodation we relaxed for the rest of the day and went for a nice BBQ dinner. Once again we realized the Philippines is really a paradise for meat lovers.
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