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Western Visayas, next stop in the Philippines and ending. This city has a culture and an ancient cathedral. As in every town its big old cathedral, called Jaro Cathedral has some typical dances, which is the festival called '' Ibajay festival 'point of culture and traditions of a small town, it's amazing getting to know their cultures and mainly traditions, ending with a cute country like the ...
... a bus from Caticlan and helpful lady brow beating a taxi driver to give me a better price. A couple of things that amused me: crisps called Ding Dong and Chavs Convenience store. I half expected someone to walk out wearing baggy tracksuit bottoms and a Burberry cap. Today, I've got an hour on a ferry and about 4 1/2 hours bus trip to Dumaguette. Should be diving Apo Island in a day or ...
... at all. Filipino nurses are known to be
skillful and good at their jobs, but honestly I haven’t seen a nurse even go
over to a patient’s bed yet and I’ve been there for 2 days. They seem to spend
the day writing notes and preparing meds, the families of the patients are the
ones that provide all their care and food, the nurses don’t even do dressings
which is so strange for me as I spent pretty much my whole last placement doing
... up at 5:30am to watch the sunrise on the beach, I’ve
never seen anything like it, we were all tired and sat in a row quietly and it
came up within minutes, all the colours were so pretty reflecting on the sea. I
got in a last couple of hours sunbathing and reading my book, packed my bag and
got back on the boat ready to leave.
Going there and seeing how amazing
it was and how the local people live and spend their days was one of the ...
... fish, goatfish, needlefish, nudibranchs, colourful corals, colourful sea slugs, various types of pufferfish, lionfish, different types of wrasse, butterfly fish, starfish, snapper, grouper...the list could go on and on!
Before I knew it I had completed my 4 open water dives and I was a certified diver! And then I thought, let's go deeper so I did my deep adventure dive down to the Camia divesite - a shipwreck at ~30m! It was a very different type ...