Residencia Tropicana Bay
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... road again, heading for Dumaguette. I made it as far as Iloilo, capital of Panay. I got a room in an actual hotel. The formality feels odd after hostels and guesthouses. I had a strange meal in an American style diner last night. Quite surreal, and the weirdest tasting burger I think I have ever had. I think I'll stick with Filipino food. The travelling yesterday was quite ...
... 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
... I just need to say how utterly
amazing it is there, if you’ve ever googled paradise that was what it was! We
were picked up by our tour guide Chris, who looked after us the whole time we
were there. All the others that worked there were amazing too, they were all so
kind, especially Vanessa, she’s probably one of the coolest women I’ve ever
met. The bus journey took 2 hours followed by a 2 hour boat ride to the
Isla de Antonia ...
... at travelling pictures on people’s
profiles and being mega jealous of the incredible beaches with white sand and
bright blue seas and there I finally was, definitely not something I’d be doing
on my weekends off in England!
Not sure there’s a huge amount more to say other than it’s
been an eye opening but incredible week. I’ll write again soon, hopefully I’ve
not gone on too much!
... Island had amazing snorkeling so we went out most days and got to see 20-30 turtles right by the shore. We had to get use to Island life quickly, showering by a bucket of rain water and going to bed at 9:30pm as the Island was put into complete darkness and everything shut down. On our sencond night we were badly hit by a storm and found out it was the tail end of Typhoon Glenda. That day we had booked to go Scuba diving and even though the sea was rough it went ...