The World View Pension Plaza
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... Tagalog (Beef in black bean sauce) with rice and a nice cold glass of white wine. They start packing up early here, about 11pm so we just went back to the hotel and went to sleep.
Todays's Budget 2,524!
Accommodation - 450
Return Trike to Larena - 200
Trike to Siquijor Town - 100
Boat to Bohol - 910
Terminal Fee - 14
Luggage - 40
Food - 220
Trike to Hotel - 150
Dinner - 400
Ice Cream - 40
... water in an awkward angle. Good thing we have tiger balm and muscle pain ointment but I don't think it will totally cure him. Spider fight in Lazi We stopped by our fave karinderia in Lazi. Their batchoy soup is the best! Josh had grilled fish, tinola w/ rice and ginataan. Sooo good. After that we found ourselves in a motorbike parking lot across the karinderia mingling with the locals and involved in a good ole spider fight. I used to have spiders as pets ...
... among each other. It was also incredible to watch them gently swimming on the bottom. Their bodies were truly massive but they were moving so peacefully that we felt very safe and relaxed around them.
In any case we must admit that when they started to swim towards us it was a bit scary….like a monster living in the deeper waters coming to get its food. The whale sharks looked even more frightening with their mouth open.
Their mouth is huge (up to 1 m wide) ...
... before or they have just met. She leans towards him and gestures to her table. He moves over and sits with her, sharing her food.
So, I guess he has something she wants. Maybe money for tonight for a service rendered, or perhaps more, a longer term thing, a relationship, stability, certainty, a better life?
I continue to watch them but I am distracted. A Filipina sits near me. I smile at her and she moves across and sits next to me. Her name is Karen and she works ...
... bus terminal. I said my goodbye to Roxane before boarding the bus. The price 175pesos which was the same as the internet, it was a good start. It took four hours to get to the bottom of Cebu Island, where I had to then catch a short ferry to Damaguete. The ferry was 62pesos, which again was the same price as the internet. Once I got on the island of Negro it was just a short jeepney to the centre of the city of Damaguete. From here I had to get a tricycle to ...