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... Island (pronounced "sicky-*****" - beautiful name I think you'll agree). So the following day we rattled up extra early in a tricycle to the ferry port which was (unsurprisingly) packed with all manner of people, all with the same idea ( the ferry had been cancelled for two days). After I had paid a port entry fee (??) and waited in the wrong queue for half an hour, I found my way to the ticket window which was being beseiged by irate commuters all stranded, ...
... little surprise, less surprising is the 30 pesos each demanded by the porters who we didn’t ask to carry our bags. Mine has wheels FFS! Our porter trundled it as easily as I could have. The young boy making up the trio also asks for payment and he didn’t even carry anything ! J-she relents and crosses their palms with pesos.
Across on the ferry and we arrive at the magical, mystical tropical island of Siquijor. This ...
... s been a whole 36 hours of retail denial since we’ve been to a mall so we head off to Robinson’s Mall on the other side of town, though we do have legitimate shopping reasons. Sort of…
At the Mall we buy coffee and they have a grinder which appears to have never been used. These guys don’t do coffee, they do 3 in 1. An insipid mix of Nescafe, sugar and powdered milk all in a convenient little sachet. It’s awful. On my attempt to grind the ...
... fish, Juvenile Lion fish and a small nursery to name but a few. The nursery was amazing - it's like the big fish leave the kids around a bit of soft coral for the day whilst they go to work. Tiny versions of the coral fish were all there obediently swimming in and around not daring to leave. We looped round to the coral wall and back through the coral - again an amazing array of marine life. With ...
... br> to buy if only to save it from decapitation.
nextplanned destination was tiny Apo island, boats to which go from the far
end of the market. We walked over to the boat huts, trying and
failing to get some ideas about the cheapest way to get there as
boats are usually charged at 2000 Php (about £30), well beyond our
daily budget. Fortunately, when we got back to our hostel the owner
of Liberty's hostel where we had a room booked had texted ...