Waling Waling Beach Hotel
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... at least widen it. However that still does not stop the locals from using the outside slow lane as a parking and loading lane.
The road was nice and smooth though and the drive was fun. There are some photos of the scenery along the way below.
Arriving at the jetty port, wow, busier than usual. We had just found out that the APEC summit was being held on Boracay this coming weekend. Tons of police, many just arriving to help out with ...
So scuba diving - yes it's amazing! I remember my first dive and it was so cool to be immersed in all of this underwater life that you get a glimpse of when you are snorkeling but can be so much more up close and personal with when you don't have to keep surfacing for oxygen. Over the next 2 days we reviewed skills and also just enjoyed exploring the different dive sites around Boracay. I saw countless different types of fish and underwater life ...
... where our favorite band was playing. A nice and enjoyable last day ! 18th We got up at 8 and had breakfast downstairs after which we got a tricycle to the port where we got the boat to the other side, where again we took a tricycle to get to the small airport. We got there pretty early and they booked us on a earlier flight. Everything goes real casual here, planes leave earlier or later and the plane starts driving to the airstrip when people aren't even seated. After an hour we landed on Manila ...
... Tourist Class? I want to ask what that means but the little window between us has only a small hole in it at the bottom and I am fed up with leaning over. I give her a thumps up.
It's only 4pm. I have a 5 hour wait till the ferry departs. I go through security and go upstairs to the passenger lounge.
Which is not so much a lounge as a auditorium. It's a large room packed with 200 to 300 people sitting on bright pink metal chairs bolted together in rows. I ...
... thirsty people rushed over for an elbow mad battle for the local rum. It was the talk of the crowd, this rum was apparently both delicious and deadly, the double d combo any alcohol company wants to nail. It sure was just that and once you've had one there's no going back. A bit like how it feels when you walk out on the plank for the first time to do the smallest 8m jump, terrified but unable to be defeated and turn back. With hundreds of staring, ...