Dream Native Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was even better. They had a really good vibe and sound. After 10 minutes of the fire show they asked for volunteers, so I kindly offered Tez as a volunteer! She looked like she was a little bit scared but she went there and played along with the show. They put some flames on her hands and pass the fire very close to her. Sometimes you could hear how she was saying: “Please, be careful not to burn my hair!”. I even recorded a video and took some pictures of everything.
... the "sitting" area were these huge cubes - which divided into 8 single bunks. Those were the 'sleepers" and those people paid way more than we did to sit on our hard seats!!! Our seats were on the side of the boat, and although the ferry was open-sided, they lowered tarps to cover the sides because of the wavy seas. Every so often the boat would hit a big wave, and we and our bags would get drenched. Still, it makes for a story ...
... Bah! Gimme some real food or some proper fake food like maccas or something... I thought you were trying to be westernised Manila? Arrived on a very small runway that I am pretty sure landed over a beach... One of those potential photo opportunities, but we had a ferry to make. A quick tricycle journey and we were sold a ticket to and 30 minute ride on a boat that would look more at home underwater than on top... I am sure in the very short future, ...
Been a while since I last saw a computer!
Just as long since I saw a place to do laundry :P funky aromas all round.
So after a day stop-over in Dumaguette town where we reverted back to 'western mode' and went to a big shiny mall to watch a movie/eat junk food, we caught another OceanJet across to the island of Bohol followed by a sketchy tricycle ride onto the smaller attached island of Panglao.
The main ...
... made his home in Chiang Mai!
I am spending room-time catching up with correspondence, writing this blog, sorting photographs and reading of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Ivy has been spending most of her time reading on-line about Australia's medical requirements for visa applicants. She was told by the physicians at St Luke's Hospital that her Xrays showed scars on her lungs that were indicative of active or inert TB. That is a threat to her ...