Flower Garden Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our next Phillipine island hop was to Bohol, Panglao,and Balicasag Islands. Bohol is a huge island with a big port city call Tagbilaran and Panglao island is a smaller island just south of Bohol. We stayed on Panglao on a touristy beach called Alona Beach at a dive resort. From there we did a day trip to a tiny atoll reef island called Balicasag island. The waters around the island ...
... a place called Spikes...hum? Bellevue is a two year old large resort that caters mostly to the hard core Asians. Great spa and unreal 90 minute massage for $50USD...crazy. I hit the bar for a libation and ended up befriending the resort chef from New York who had just moved there, and since the white man is sparse in these parts, talk came easy. Great guy, comped me the giant buffet and a bunch of cocktails. They had a fire show, band, and ...
... really really good.
My team were a lot stronger in the second half, but still wasn't strong enough to come back from the 15 points from the first half. I'm just glad we never put money on it.
I really enjoyed myself and didn't think the standard of basketball would be as good as it was. When the game finished another game was going to start. I was too tired to watch this one so we headed back home.
The following day at work it was my job to help ...
The ferry trip went really quick and then our trike man Ariel took us from Bohol island across the bridge to Panglao island. The roads were more like first tracks and full of pot holes, so it was a bit of a bumpy ride but we got to have a good look around. The streets were so busy and everywhere there were people selling things. We then travelled into a more rural area. There were pigs, cows and chickens crossing the road and lots of small huts with people tending their ...
... they were with us a little green because of the rain, it was a beautiful view. Then we went to a butterfly farm, nice but nothing special and then to a natural reserve in the Tarsiers home. These are the smallest primates in the world and with their long fingers and big eyes really cute to see. After lunch we drove to a small zoo and were able to see and even touch one of the largest captive pythons. AAAAAHHHH....but I did it :-) I ...