Bans Beach Resort
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... a bus from Caticlan and helpful lady brow beating a taxi driver to give me a better price. A couple of things that amused me: crisps called Ding Dong and Chavs Convenience store. I half expected someone to walk out wearing baggy tracksuit bottoms and a Burberry cap. Today, I've got an hour on a ferry and about 4 1/2 hours bus trip to Dumaguette. Should be diving Apo Island in a day or ...
... tell that some things weren’t
One of the doctors came to the
review of his last patient, I read on the screen what had happened and
instantly put my mask back over my face to hide my shock, which didn’t work. The
doctor I was sat next to turned around and said “what’s up, you look shocked?”.
I couldn’t even believe he was asking me why I was shocked. This was a review
of a 24 year old guy who had a left leg amputation ...
... 8 of us stayed in a tent on the beach. We got breakfast lunch and
dinner every day which all had rice (obviously) every time, we had fresh fish, shell fish
and crabs for every meal with other meats and veg too. The food was so much
nicer than I was expecting. It was mainly Filipinos on the island who were on
holiday, it's not touristy there yet which was great. A lot of people were from Manila, the capital. It turns out the photo
taking didn't stop ...
... on my first proper night in Boracay. One generous rum leads to another though. The 3km stretch of White Beach has enough to keep you amused day and night. It feels like I'm on holiday now. It's quite touristy. Certain parts have a pretty cool, laid back charm though. I've now got numbed to the constant selling walking up the beach:
"Sir, mango sir"
"Sailing, sir, jet ski, snorkeling......."
... have and enjoy it. Having said all of that I am missing my
double bed! They are all polite and so interested in finding out more about
myself and the other work the world students, they’re never rude or judgemental
which has contributed to making me feel so welcome here. Everywhere we go when
we leave the house we get waved at and spoken to and the local people also take
photos, something I really wasn’t expecting. It turns out Iloilo is ...