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... persons and 100 pesos each for extra persons.
Virgin Island Entrance
OMG! the view!
Benches along the beach
Clear water , Indeed!
After 2 hours of exploring the island, snorkeling ...
... for us to see. We expected all this to disappear late at night and be replaced by fire spinners and beachfront nightclubs, but we were much mistaken. Aside from giggling at Philippino cover bands, we passed the majority of our time reading or Russian spotting. Not a difficult pursuit but fun all the same. A few tips… Men tend to look like burly, but a little chubby, psychopaths and always in speedos (the main give away). And women will be impossibly skinny rakes ...
... waked all the way to the end of the beach to the bar that the crawl starts at. The European girl selling the thing was totally useless and failed to convince us that there were more than 2 people signed up. We decided to sit at the bar which was nice anyway and wait and see if the crawl filled up. After nearly an hour it hadn't appeared to get any more busy so we made the decision to **** it off. It was £12 before drinks so it seemed the best option.
We returned back to ...
... should be on Sunday afternoon and evening
I do for the rest rich dinners to a buffet restaurant, with meat, fish, vegetables and many different types of oysters
I have also be given a healthy massage by the beach by a good Filipino practicing Swedish and shiatsu techniques
I still see Jean Paul but rarely the day, as he is busy with ...
... we made our way around Rizal Park - a brilliant 60 hectare park with ornamental gardens, lawns, paved walkways and monuments. Dedicated to the Philippine national hero, Dr Jose Rizal (campaigner for personal & national freedom), it was the perfect place to be on New Year's Day. On a beautiful sunny day, just about everyone seemed to be there, with their families and picnics! Centrally located in Manila, people had arrived there in ...