Coral Cay Resort
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... as well until another fisherman came in on his boat then he sat there for another hour or so as well, possibly the longest 90 minutes of my life. Anyway they finally left and I prepped myself for doing it again, sat up so I was on the balls of my feet, just about to grab the ring from my bag and get down on one knee, when Ange looked up from her book and said "What are you doing? Why are you sitting like that? You're so weird!" Again, moment spoiled.
So it ...
Pt 18 - J-Ronimo!
Dumaguete, Bohol and Sigijor - 3-16/5/2012
Here’s a little song that always comes to mind when I think of this chapter in my journey:
“Pictures” by Illy www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCsZNalcaXM
I love travelling alone. Despite the many downsides, I’ve never regretted setting out on this long voyage solo. In any case I had no choice. Anyone I would consider as a travel companion for a long period is ...
nauseating journey, gulping down fumes of diesel and stale wee with
about a foot of leg room, was slightly brightened by the unusual on
board song choices and the glimpse of a whale/ dolphin/ shark fin in
the middle of the ocean. We also had the reassuring vision of a huge,
half sunken liner as we slowly chugged to shore and were greeted by
the usual water babies splashing in the dirty water, eager for ...
... woman informs us it's due to a LPA (low pressure area). We had a brief wander around the centre, the church is pretty cool, alot of the churches here are proper old style Spanish things, I'm no fan of churches but the architecture helps give an impression that you're actually in a nice town. I saw numerous signs that said things like "Pay your taxes promptly", it reminds me of that Karl Pilkington theory of how to run a council by just posting leaflets that say "use ...