Bohol Plaza Resort
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... early night as we are starting our PADI course tomorrow, exciting!
Total Budget 1,230!
Hotel - 400
Breakfast - 100
Coffee - 160
Trikes - 30
Plasters - 100
Dinner - 400
Ice Cream - 40
Day 26 - 2nd May
Up early and down to the beach, we got another smoothie for breakfast and then then went to 'Go Scuba' to start our course. The first couple of hours were spent in a 'classroom' watching a DVD and ...
... Manila airport, John Lennon's imagine all the people song was playing and it really is quite amazing at all the peoplethat you meet and see in all the travels. We are all the same for sure...work, family, responsibilities all there but I think we forget just how different people live throughout the world. Once you step out of your box, it is fascinating to see. Of course, one has to wonder who is really better off? Simple ...
... table and one promptly managed to throw all her dinner down her front, over her inevitable I-Phone, basically everywhere. So she needed a washroom. No ******* chance. Because at that exact moment, our floating boat restaurant pulled away from its moorings for a little tour we had no prior knowledge (warning?) of. With musical accompaniment. You know the sort. Filipino man with guitar breaks into Rhinestone Cowboy/Oh-Blah-Di-Oh-Blah-Dah/Rudolph the red nosed ...
... on the boat was terrible and the weather was still bad so we decided to have some drinks o help everyone cheer up. We played Gin face, where you have to down the drink without pulling a face and few other games that I was really bad at. There was a band on the boat who were singing lots of European songs so we joined in. The sun was now out and the river looked lovely, lots of tall grasses and palm trees surrounded it. We turned a bend and round the corner there were ...
... European collection from 17th or 19th C including some Dutch masters, impressionist schools, English landscapes etc; a modern gallery featuring some industrial pieces such as a beautiful 1930s aircraft engine, some cubists, and some very recent European innovators. The restaurant was a huge multi-level deck with again the glass and light wood theme of the house and shop. The menu was quite extensive and quite European (Pat had salad nicoise and I had a Parisienne sandwich). The ...