Dos Palmas Island Resort & Spa
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... to be applied, kids that still hadn't been to the toilet and others that should have! Hey, let's start again, too late, we are off. The introductions, rules, safety, itinerary, health and every other get out clause was being administered. The guides name escapes me, but he was helpful, humorous and professional. We were visiting the Underground River, one of the Great Nature Wonders of the World and indeed a National Park. We for some unknown reason had ...
... still at the hostel I had stayed at before, making me feel like I was home. The 6 of us, plus 6 or so new arrivals (2 French, a German, some British) headed out to a fancy dinner at Kinabuch, a swanky outdoor tourist restaurant, then to the world's smallest bar (where we sat outside on the sidewalk) for a reunion drink.
I guess im still jet lagged, as its 3:15am and everyone around me is fast asleep. As I write in the pitch black, I think back on the last few months. From having Nia, selling the house, moving and storing our whole lives in a storage unit. Everything has happened so fast and I wondered for so long if this was the right decision for ...
After meeting up with my brother at the airport we all switched to the domestic terminal about 5 min away. We hung out at Jollibee across the terminal during the first couple of hours. We played cards and slept at the airport until our flight at 10am. Next destination is Puerto Princesa City in Palawan. ...
... bags. It's amazing how everything feels so much better when you think have luggage. On the tour we went to a cathedral (Church of Immaculate Conception), souvenir shopping, crocodile farm, and Bakers Hill. The souvenir shop was kind of lame but they had a lot of cashews (farmed locally) and dried mango. I also got a peach tea. It was interesting because they use a machine to seal plastic onto the lid instead of using a regular lid. The crocodile farm was ok- crocodiles ...