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... libres, ate banana splits and had massages. It was amazing. In the evenings because it's quite a touristy area down on the beach, there are lots of children about singing Christmas carols to tables of people eating and in return hoping for some money. We had to politelly decline this tuneless shows as it was actually quite late and it's best not to speak to children after a certain time (say 9/10pm) especially if they're wanting money.
The next day was "see Bohol in ...
... also get to meet with the tarsier at their sanctuary. This was a great experience. A tarsier, is not a monkey, let me make that one straight. It is a nocturnal animal, hence the huge eyes which it needs to catch its prey. Tarsiers have the highest eye to body ratio in the whole animal kingdom. They are tiny (second smallest primate in the world) but can jump up to five meters. For a long time, people caged tarsiers to show tourists but realised ...
... rest then have a wander for something to eat. At the end of the street is a decent looking restaurant. We order 1 goat dish and 1 prawn sweet and sour. We realise that they didn't trust us to cook our own goat as all the locals are doing at the other tables. What a pity it would have been fun.Get a taxi to the airport at 10pm.
Flight to Manila is at 1am. Most shops and food places are shut in the airport but we manage to get a coffee from burger ...
... was even a contest in the centre taking place, Bohol's most amazing talent. We then headed to the bus station and waited for the bus to arrive at the terminal. As the bus pulled in locals jumped on the bus when it was still moving, jumping through the windows to claim a seat. It was madness because the bus' destination had not even been confirmed. We were told sometimes individuals are paid to reserve a seat for a passenger which can get quite violent, using force to secure ...
... at the beach side ended a fun day.
The next morning started early again as we wanted to see the dolphins (which seem to be early birds – you get what we mean) and go for some snorkeling. After being unsuccessful in Bali we indeed managed to spot some dolphins this time (or dolphin fins to be more precise). Nice.
Afterwards the small boat brought us to a nearby island for some snorkeling – after ...
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