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[Warning: Imminent whining]
My mornings have taken on a familiar pattern. I wake early, tired, my hands and feet and arms and legs have that weird constant ache. The left side of my face dances around a bit, as I panic a little, wondering what the hell I am doing so far from home. Logic tells me I'm right to be here, but I'm also shaken as …
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After a restful lunch I was taken to another village supported by the college where they did have water from a well but no electricity. The School has built the first 8 properties - 25 SQ Metres each but had run out of money for the finishing of a further 8. These are just shells and they are looking for another £2200 to finish.
After a bit of a break and with jet lag taking hold seriously I was collected at 6.30pm to be taken to ...
... fat camp (sorry Muay Thai gym). From then on, for the next 5 weeks we were about to be spoilt, (I’m sure all my hard work was going to be undone in minutes.) We were picked up in air con van fit for 12, then chauffeured off to one of the Philippines favourite pastimes-eating.
We arrived to see that things were becoming far more developed. There was a freeway that now ran from Manila to Batangas, and the road where my parents house was seemed far busier with ...
... Better to play it safe.
We arrived at El Galleon and went straight to diving after lunch. Russ was on a mission to reach his 200th dive during the trip to earn a t-shirt commemorating the event. He said he only had 11 dives to reach that goal. That meant a lot of diving. But since we had unlimited diving in our package deal with Asia Divers, we wanted to get our money's worth anyway. We did a lot of ...